The MS Trust is committed to ensuring everyone with MS can access the treatments and services they need and deserve. We aim to represent and reach all people affected by MS including Black, Asian and minority ethnic people, LGBTQ+ people, and people living with disabilities. We want to ensure that all voices and viewpoints are heard and amplify the voices of people who have been marginalised.
We aim to be an inclusive and diverse organisation, where all staff represent and understand the diversity of the sector we represent. We are committed to building an inclusive culture that is intolerant of discrimination, bullying and harassment.
We are the charity that believes no-one should have to manage multiple sclerosis alone, whatever their personal or social circumstances. Discover our story, and meet our directors, trustees and patrons.
In 1993, Chris Jones and Jill Holt founded a small charitable trust to provide information, support and hope to people diagnosed with MS. That charity was the MS Trust.
Meet our directors. Together they are making sure we are here for everyone affected by MS - today, tomorrow and every day after.
Our trustees and patrons
Meet our Board of Trustees and our Patrons. Together they're helping us make sure no one has to manage MS alone.