There are loads of ways to get involved in the MS Connections campaign! Even in the context of COVID-19, there are plenty of ways to celebrate and come together virtually.
Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Organise a virtual event, activity or fundraiser for the MS Connections campaign. Don’t be afraid to get creative and make some noise!
Call the press! Getting World MS Day covered in local and national news is a great way to put MS in the spotlight.
Advocate for change
People affected by MS can be left feeling lonely and isolated. Better access to support and treatment can be life-changing. Use the #MSConnections campaign to advocate for better services and show decision-makers the importance of quality care.
Tell the world about your MS Connections and raise awareness this World MS Day. Share the tools online to start a conversation about MS Connections. Remember to use the #MSConnections and #WorldMSDay hashtags to feature on our social media wall
World MS Day map
Get inspired and share your activities on the World MS Day map! Tell your story, celebrate with an event, or find a resource using this fantastic tool.
Inspired by a sign language symbol for the word ‘together’, the MS Heart is a symbol of solidarity with everyone affected by MS. Connect your hands or find a friend to create the ‘MS Heart’. Why not take a picture to show your support for the global MS community this World MS Day?