I’ve flopped out of planes, been flipped over Tough Mudder obstacles, flolloped my way through home exercise through Lockdown
I reckon I’ve raised circa £20k in all for Shift.ms and for Chilterns MS Centre. I’d like to do one last push for each before retiring from fundraising. And this time round I’d love it if you could help me doff my cap for Shift.ms
I’ll be at Parallel Windsor on 2nd July, somehow hauling myself on a 100 metre walk. And weather permitting also skating - or being skated - 10km. My illness has been pretty cruel to me in recent times, so I’m not even sure I can walk 100 metres. But I’ll try my damndest and take the longest. (And have some poor soul traipsing behind me with a chair for inevitable rests)
Shift.ms is the social network for people with multiple sclerosis. Because a diagnosis of MS is life changing. It strikes when you’re in your prime. My first symptoms I was just 24…
When I was eventually diagnosed, I immediately headed for Dr Google, and found only doom and gloom. If only Shift.ms had existed back then!
Hearing from people like you helps you listen, adapt and take charge. MS doesn't mean giving up on your ambitions, just rethinking how to achieve them.
Shift.ms’s online peer support community provides a forum for conversations, a map of members that illustrates you are not alone, and stories and films that help MSers make sense of the world and the chaos a diagnosis can bring
Please, pretty please help me help Shift.ms grow its online network even further. Over 50,000 members now!