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There are over 2.8 million people around the world living with MS and in every country, life is different. At the MS International Federation, it’s our mission to leave MS where it belongs, behind us. Help us by making a single or monthly donation below. The money you raise helps support people affected by MS around the world, alongside funding life-changing research into the prevention, treatment and finding a cure for multiple sclerosis

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About MSIF

MSIF is the global movement of MS organisations, by and for people affected by MS. We network, learn from each other, mobilise and enable global collaborations, to achieve the vital goals that can only be reached by coming together as a movement. We, the Federation, are made up of national MS organisations (including their staff, volunteers and MS communities), the MSIF staff, board and committees.

Get Involved

There are plenty of ways to you can support the MS International Federation. Whether it is sharing our story, or yours, or taking part in challenge event or hosting a fundraiser. Get involved today to fight for a world with our MS.

The May 50K is a virtual fitness and fundraising challenge to help you achieve your health and fitness goals. You can take part in your own time, at your own pace and in and around your local area. To find out more click here.

Cykelnerven International is Europe’s most unique and challenging charity cycling event. Each year seasoned riders from around the world take on over 400km of the toughest climbs from the Tour de France just a few weeks before the official race. Click here to learn more.

Are you walking across Spain? Have you signed up for a Marathon or fancy jumping out of a plane? We’d love to hear from you! You can setup a fundraising page easily on JustGiving, it’s completely secure and everything you raise goes to the cause. Click here or on the image to get started.

People with MS across the world share their stories...

Fourteen years ago, 18-year-old Abdelhakim had moved away from the small mountain village where he grew up and was living in Fez and working as a tailor. He had his own money and was sending contributions home to his parents. He was a talented footballer in his spare time. Life was just opening up. Now, he is back living with his parents, many hours’ journey away from the treatment he needs and he lives in frustration at no longer being able to thread a needle.

Tarrbinder Singh was diagnosed with Primary Progressive MS in 2009, just as he began his first year of working as a qualified doctor. Despite not being on medication and his condition progressing significantly, he continued to work as a doctor right up until the Covid 19 pandemic. Here he talks about his pride in his home and career, and about how he became a “self-made man” after a traumatic childhood. He also explains how he copes with his MS, and tells us about the invaluable support and care he receives from people in his community.

Oumaima Benyaich, 36, is from Tetouan, Morocco. She lives with her mother and her 8-year-old daughter and works as an administrative clerk in a hotel. She started getting MS symptoms in 2004 when she was 18 and was diagnosed one year later. Previously she has taken on-label DMTs but was encouraged to switch to rituximab, an off-label drug that is more commonly used to treat cancer, after seeing the results of the research led by Professor Belahsen at Hassan II University Hospital in Fez.