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Your contribution means so much more than just a donation.

From as little as £2 a month, your gift can really make a difference and help someone affected by MS to live a healthier and happier life.

How your money helps?

Your money helps us to help those affected by multiple sclerosis to achieve their goals and live healthier and happier lives. 76p in every £1 donated goes directly towards our services.

Gift Aid your Donation

If you are a UK taxpayer you can boost your donation by 25p for every £1 donated by completing a Gift Aid declaration. This means that £100 can be turned into £125 at no extra cost as the charity can claim this out of the tax that you have paid in the current tax year. Just think what a difference that could make to the people that we care for.

So if you want your donation to go further, Gift Aid it. To Gift Aid your donation simply tick the box on our donation payment page.

Alternatively, you can download the Gift Aid Declaration and return to us by email fundraising@chilternsmscentre.org or post to Fundraising, Chilterns MS Centre, Oakwood Close, Wendover, Bucks HP22 5LX.

£2
 could pay for tea and cake that can help someone who feels isolated to open up to others in our friendly and supportive environment.

£5
could pay for craft materials for our hand therapy class – helping a grandma to ease the stiffness in their hands and hold the telephone so they can speak to their grandchildren.

£10
 could pay for a fragrant plant for our patio garden, a beautiful space overlooking the woods where people can take a moment to sit and relax.

£20
 could pay for time with our occupational therapist so a parent can understand and manage their fatigue to enable then to keep walking their children to school.

£35
 could pay for a physio session to enable a husband to build up his standing strength so he can enjoy a precious hug with his wife again.

£45
could pay for a counselling session for a husband who is finding it hard coming to terms with his wife’s diagnosis, helping him to share his concerns.

£50
could pay for a complementary therapy session for a person we’re caring for, helping them to relax, ease their pain and have a good night’s sleep.