This May, during MS Awareness Month, I Challenge MS grows into #WeChallengeMS, a nationwide movement turning people’s ordinary hobbies and passions into extraordinary actions. Choose any action you can imagine to challenge MS, and know that this May, #WeChallengeMS together.
Turn your run, bike ride or workout into how you challenge MS. Give yourself a goal and share you’re your network as you take on a physical challenge.REGISTER &
Turn the thing you create into how you challenge MS. Maybe you’re a musician, artist, baker, whatever! Share your craft with your community and they’ll be inspired!REGISTER &
Host a Virtual Party
Turn your group hang out into how you and your squad challenge MS. Play some digital games, host virtual trivia or enjoy a happy hour. You can even use our partner Echoage for an easy way to turn your birthday party into a fundraiser.REGISTER &
Use Facebook Fundraising
Turn your social media account into how you challenge MS. It takes less than 5 minutes to share why a world free of MS is important to you and ask your Facebook friends to donate to your campaign. Maybe even consider asking people to donate in your honour on your birthday!REGISTER &
Stream Your Hobby
Turn your time online into how you challenge MS. Playing video games, live streaming a music or comedy set, teaching art online, or creating YouTube content however you choose do it, you can ask your virtual community to support people affected by MS.REGISTER &
Join Virtual MS Walk
Turn your ordinary walk around the neighbourhood into how you challenge MS. On Sunday, May 24, we come together to walk on our own and celebrate everything we do as a community to achieve a world free of MS.REGISTER & WALK
The current health crisis has impacted all Canadians, and the need for information, resources and support programs for people affected by MS is as urgent and critical as ever. The money you raise will provide the support people need right now and ensure that the ground-breaking MS research being done continues into the future.
With the first disease-modifying therapy for primary progressive MS (PPMS) announced in 2018, we’re on the cusp of breakthrough discoveries.
MS progression is unique for each person, making it difficult to predict. It’s time to answer key questions, including why do certain individual progress and not others?
Advocacy for accessible and low-cost treatments
People living with MS should have equal and timely access to treatments that are best suited for their health, and not their financial circumstances.
The MS Knowledge Network
Canadians affected by MS can now access a hub of knowledge where MS Navigators will provide consistent, quality information and support tailored to their unique situation.