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Queen's Award for Voluntary Service Winners 2022

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At MSTC NW we believe that together we can make a positive difference.

Your generous donations enable us to support our members, providing essential services, resources and support to those in need.

We receive no government funding and rely entirely on public and funder donations.  

Every penny is appreciated and goes straight back into our service and therapies for people with MS in the North West.

Phase 2

Fund Important Programs

Development of these enables us to continually develop our range of services and extend our reach, our current focus is Phase 2

Support Our Community

Our core membership is for people affected by Multiple Sclerosis or other long term health conditions in the North West

Provide Essential Services

Everyday we deliver therapies from yoga and tai-chi to high-dose oxygen, as well as supporting our community with a drop-in centre

Your Donation Counts

Every pound raised is invested wisely for the benefit of our members. Services are subsidised to ensure maximum inclusion and we aim to ensure no one who needs our support is excluded because they cannot afford it


How you are helping us

Matthew's Story

Member and son/son's friend in Manchester after marathonIn the early 1990’s my dad was diagnosed with MS, a life limiting disease which now sees him use a wheelchair for day to day life.  

He has been attending the MS Therapy Centre for a number of years where he has become part of an amazing community of people in similar positions to him. The centre is self funded and relies completely on donations.

The centre has recently relocated and needs all the funding they can to make the move successful.  

Laura's Story

Supporters on zip wire fundraiserMyself, Faye & my 2 cousins Sam and Josh are doing the fastest zip line (over 100mph) in Europe on Sunday 13th June 2021. 

Between us we want to raise as much money as possible for the MS Therapy Centre Trafford Park. My dad suffers from MS (multiple sclerosis) and receives oxygen treatment here twice a week. This charity is very close to our hearts as we know how much it means to my dad going to the centre each week receiving treatment as well as socialising. 

The centre offers oxygen treatment and different therapies to patients with MS to give them a better quality of life. The centre relies on donations and fundraising each year to stay open and they receive no funding from the government. 

Over the years between our family have raised over £10,000 for this charity and we want to keep raising as much money as possible. Any donation would be greatly appreciated to keep this centre open. 

Dave's Story

Group doing tai chi classThank you to our volunteer Dave Francis for running these sessions to keep the group moving whilst the centre is closed. We all know how important Tai chi is both mentally and physically. We are reaching and helping more people than ever with this virtual class. Thank you so much Dave!

Chi Gung is a form of Tai Chi and is based on working with energy movements.

By using deep breathing, gentle movement and a virtual environment we are trying our best to keep ourselves healthy , see our friends all whilst complying with the Social Distancing requirements.

Doing the class in your own home allows you to participate at your own level of activity where YOU decide if you want to do any of the moves or just watch and breathe and relax.

12 DJ Story

Flyer for 12 DJs of XmasJoin us for the ’12 DJs of Xmas’ charity event, where 12 of the biggest names in house music will perform for 12 hours straight, from 12pm-12am, all in support of the MS Therapy Centre (NW).

Enjoy an unforgettable experience and dance to the beats of industry legends while contributing to a worthy cause that provides essential services to individuals living with multiple sclerosis.

Don’t miss this incredible event that combines music, joy, and philanthropy. Mark your calendars, be part of an event to remember and make a difference through the power of music.