Run for us and stop MS

Around 100,000 people in the UK have MS. 

Today multiple sclerosis is relentless, painful and exhausting. But tomorrow we believe we can change that. Your fundraising will help power our new research. Together we can stop MS.

We’ve got charity places 

Last year our MS Superstars raised over £1,000,000 by getting their running shoes on. From 5ks to Marathons we have runs nationwide that will suit you.  Sign up for a MS Society charity place in runs such as: Brighton, Belfast or Berlin marathons or how about taking on the Bath, Cardiff or Royal Parks half marathon?

Whatever run you choose; we can’t wait for you to become part of our MS Superstars team. To find out more and sign up, visit mssosciety.org.uk/running

Get your own place

You can secure your own place and fundraise for us at many popular UK runs. In the past our supporters have taken on events as varied as The Great South Run, Bournemouth, Chester, Hackney or Manchester half marathons and even the Plymouth 10k! Whatever event you choose, just let us know and become part of our MS Superstars team. Tell us about your run today by emailing us at [email protected] and we will support you every step of the way.

Why should you run for us?

When you sign up or tell us which run you are taking part in, you’ll become an MS Superstar and you will get:

–          A welcome pack when you sign up including a fundraising guide to help you get started

–          Personal support from our dedicated events team every step of the way

–          Access to the MS Society running hub with tailored training plans to suit all abilities, plus vlogs on everything from injury to nutrition

–          A technical MS Society running vest to wear with pride 

Remember every penny you raise helps stop MS. It helps us give grants and support, fight for better care and find better treatments for everyone with MS.

Run for yourself, run for someone you love, run to stop MS

To find out more and sign up visit mssosciety.org.uk/running

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