Job Title: Facilities Manager Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours/week) Contract: Permanent (subject to an initial 6-month probationary period) Salary: £35,000-£42,000 (subject...
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No matter what type of MS you have, we offer online and in-person therapy and support for you and your family whenever you need it.
There are many ways to get involved with the charity and make a difference to people affected by MS. Help us to reach our goal of £900,000 this year.
MAKE A DONATION
The long-term impact of COVID-19 is still affecting our fundraising activities. Help us by giving whatever you can. Your donation will make a difference today.
The Chilterns MS Centre
Welcome to Chilterns MS Centre. If you are living with multiple sclerosis, or caring for someone who is, we’re glad you’ve found us and we look forward to connecting with you on your MS journey – wherever you’re at.
Here at the Centre, we understand how daunting and isolating diagnosis can feel, and how it can seem like the end of life as you knew it. But our 500 members will tell you that here at the Centre it doesn’t have to be that way.
By providing the treatment, tools, knowledge and a community of health professionals and peers, we empower people living with MS to thrive.
Take a look at the classes, therapy groups and events we’re running, and get in touch to find out more about our £25 annual membership.
We can’t wait to meet you in person.
YOUR DONATIONS ARE NEEDED NOW MORE THAN EVER TO SUPPORT THE MENTAL AND PHYSICAL WELLBEING OF PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Job Title: Chief Executive Officer Hours: Part or full-time (30-37.5 hours/week) Contract: Permanent (subject to an initial 6-month probationary period)...
The Chilterns MS Centre is pleased to welcome Karen Cross to its Board of Trustees to help oversee the running of the charity.
Steve describes how the Centre gives you a sense of belonging, community and support. He would advise anyone with MS to get involved and get the support they need.
On Wednesday 13 April we were delighted to be featured on BBC South Today, here is the footage.