Fantastic news for my Charity of the Year, the Kent Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre…
“More than 1000 people in the South East are living with a condition that has no cure – multiple sclerosis. The disease is related to the nervous system and affects people differently. Some struggle to walk whilst others have vision or speech problems.
“The Kent MS Centre in Canterbury has been offering support and therapies to ease the symptoms of MS for the last thirty years. Now, the charity has raised 1.6 million pounds to build a new bigger and better therapy centre – which will open by the end of 2014.
“In this clip, two of the current members and fundraisers talk about living with MS and what the new centre means for them. Mary is a young mum from Ashford. Amy from Dover was diagnosed at the age of 15 and is training to be a nurse.”
If you would like to make a donation to the Kent Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre you can do so online or Text KMST13 and your amount e.g £2, £5, or £10 to 70070.