We could not exist without the vital support of the people and organisations that fund our work. Our programmes have long term goals and outcomes in a world which wants results yesterday, but our role is essential to the goal we are all fighting for, a world without MS. It takes a special kind of supporter to invest in the future of the MS movement.

Some of our key donors are recognised here for their outstanding support, but we would like to say thank you to all our donors, large and small.

If you are thinking of supporting the MS International Federation please contact Marlon Burton to hear about our projects and the benefits of supporting us.

Alternatively, you can donate here.


Latham & Watkins

Latham & Watkins is one of the world’s leading legal firms, with offices in countries around the world. MSIF is very grateful for their continued and enormously valuable pro-bono legal support. Their services enable us to explore new ideas, improve our projects and ensure we are as effective as possible for those who matter most, people affected by MS.


Biogen

The MS International Federation would like to thank Biogen for its generous financial support for the 2013 Atlas of MS update, World MS Day and our capacity building programme for MS organisations in the Middle East and Latin America.


Sanofi Genzyme

The MS International Federation would like to thank Sanofi Genzyme for its generous financial support for the 2013 Atlas of MS update, World MS Day,  support of capacity building in Latin America and our digital communications.


EMD Serono

The MS International Federation would like to thank Merck for its generous financial support for the 2013 Atlas of MS update, MS in focus, World MS Day and our digital communications.


Teva

The MS International Federation would like to thank Teva for its generous financial support for the 2013 Atlas of MS update, World MS Day and the capacity building programme in Latin America.


Novartis

The MS International Federation would like to thank Novartis for its generous financial support for the 2013 Atlas of MS update, support of capacity building in Latin America and World MS Day.


Roche

The MS International Federation would like to thank Roche for its support of our global capacity building work, particularly for helping key staff from smaller MS organisations to attend important MSIF meetings and training events.


Vanneau Trust

The MS International Federation would like to thank the Vanneau Trust for its generous financial support of the 2013 Atlas of MS and its ongoing support of our research programme.


Wolfensohn Family Foundation

The Wolfensohn Award is generously funded by the Wolfensohn Family Foundation (USA).


Rotary District 7450 and the Westtown-Goshen Rotary Foundation

The MS International Federation would like to thank Rotary District 7450 and the Westtown-Goshen Rotary Foundation for their fantastic financial support of our capacity building work in the Middle East.


Acceptance of grants does not constitute endorsement by the MS International Federation of any product or service of our supporters.