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Events planner 2014-15

Click here to see an outline of what events are on each month for 2014- 2015 to raise money for the hydrotherapy pool.

All systems are go for the next phase of planning for the Hydrotherapy Pool.
This Pool is going to be fantastic. Service- Users,their carers and families are going to benefit from this platinum standard facility- there will be nothing like it any where !!

Contributions for the funding of the pool can be taken here. or we have now set up a text service with Just Giving! All you have to do is simply text 'MSRR64 and the amount you wish to donate i.e. £1 to 70070' Thank you for all your support!

MS Research and Relief Fund is a UK registered charity (No.228634) established in 1964 to support people affected by multiple sclerosis (or MS), a disease of the central nervous system, which can affect a persons mobility, their independence and their confidence, and can also the change the lives of their partners, families and friends.Based in Morpeth, Northumberland,

MS Research and Relief Fund aims to provide good quality information and a range of services to help people whose lives have been affected by MS to understand and cope with the condition.

We realise that most people seek information on what the condition means to them, what advances have been made in treatments, therapies etc. and where services can be accessed. To this end, we aim to provide practical advice and information on a range of topics, including some of the more practical issues such as welfare benefits.

Our Grants Service is available to groups and individuals to fund items or services that may fall outside the scope of statutory bodies. You can find more from our Grants section.

MSRRF have a weekly Art Class facilitated by service users themselves. Art Tutor Delphine Blenkinsop visits them on the first Thursday of every month for advice and support. The class is open to all people affected by MS. Contact us at Benmar House for more information.

We provide a range of complementary therapies, provided by qualified practitioners, to people who can attend one of our MS groups in Other MSRRF CENTRES. Please contact us if you would like to make arrangements to attend one of the centers. Alternatively, we may be able to provide funding for your local group to provide similar therapies at a venue closer to where you live. In this case, please ask the group organiser to contact us to discuss how we might be able to help.

Just Giving Website  - Fundraising for MS Research and Relief Fund Just GivingWe are now live on Justgiving website.  As a supporter you can now start making your own fundraising pages and making donations.
Just click onto www.justgiving.com/ms-researchandrelief 

MS Research and Relief relies on donations and fundraising
to carry out its valuable support services.
Thank you

Welcome

It is with great pleasure that the charity welcomes as Trustees:
Margery Tate, Barbara Ellis and Kevin Carr.

They bring new skills and a wealth of experience to our board of trustees.

All our trustees are volunteers and give up their time freely to support the charity’s work. You can read about Margery on the volunteers page of our website with profiles of Barbara and Kevin to follow soon.

 

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