From Australia to Canada and Spain to Finland, women and men are walking, running, skydiving or simply bringing friends together to fundraise for Kiss Goodbye to MS.

Launched in 2012, Kiss Goodbye to MS is an innovative global campaign to raise funds for critical research into Multiple Sclerosis and other support that people with MS urgently need.

With an ambitious fundraising target of US $1.25m, this year’s campaign calls on everyone around the world to launch their own fundraising activities and raise whatever they can.

Already this year, Kiss Goodbye to MS has seen more than 60 people jump out of planes in Ireland, a team run in the Paris Marathon, MS researchers take part in the first international Red Lab Coat day, and a family with MS in two generations walk 10 miles a day for 6 days in the UK. That’s not to mention thousands of people making small donations – all to help find a cure to end MS forever.

The campaign has even won the support of celebrities, including actress Amy Schumer, who blew her own kiss goodbye to MS.

Click here to find out more about Kiss Goodbye to MS and see how you can get involved.