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CSIS Charity Fund supports the Chilterns MS Centre for a second year running!

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For the second year in a row, the CSIS Charity Fund has given the Chilterns MS Centre a fantastic grant of £10,000 to help us meet growing demand for our services.

The grant will help us to continue to offer therapies and support services not currently available on the NHS to those with multiple sclerosis (MS). With the right treatments and support they are able to manage their symptoms and remain independent for as long as possible, and so the centre is a lifeline to many of our members.

Chilterns MS Centre’s Chief Executive, Robert Breakwell, said: “We are delighted that the CSIS Charity Fund has given its generous support to the Centre again. As a small charity, we rely on these donations to continue to support people with MS in our local community. This grant will allow us to fund over 300 hours of vital treatments and support services for our members, their carers and families. It will make such a difference to so many people.

The CSIS Charity Fund gives grants to charities and organisations that support civil and public servants and their families through periods of hardship, including illness and disability. Since 2008, they have made grants worth nearly £8million to good causes working with people in need in the Armed Forces, the NHS, schools, local and central government and other areas of public service. For more information, see www.csischarityfund.org

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