The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Jersey

We help to support those with MS and their families.
If you have been diagnosed with MS or need support we can help...

Newly Diagnosed

Being newly diagnosed can be a very emotional and confusing time and we recommend you should visit the UK MS Society website or contact Sarah Kean at Neurocare.

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Join Us Today

Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in the work of the Society. Our members are a wide range of people including people with MS, carers, family, friends and health professionals.


Make a Donation

The majority of the MS Society’s income comes from donations and your support can really make a difference.

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About the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Jersey

The society was established in 1961 and the aims of the society are to support those on the Island with Multiple Sclerosis and their families, emotionally and financially, whilst searching for the cause and cure of the disease.

For those newly diagnosed in Jersey, the link to the UK Multiple Sclerosis “Just diagnosed” offers information or alternatively contact Sarah Kean at Neurocare on 01534 444524.

For any member currently needing extra assistance on a more practical level, please get in touch with our Outreach Team. We can help with a vast array of things such as aiding you in reaching your doctor's appointments, or Social Security etc, getting you appropriate aids into your homes, and can also arrange to take you out for coffee or lunch so that you can enjoy going out for a chat.

Should you wish to find out more about the MS Jersey branch then please have a look at our website. If you wish to make a donation to our society, it will be very gratefully received.


It is possible for MS to occur at any age, but people are most commonly diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40. Women are two to three times as likely to develop MS as men. MS is a condition of the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord), which controls the body's actions and activities, such as movement and balance.

How it affects us

Each nerve fiber in the central nervous system is surrounded by a substance called myelin. Myelin helps the messages from the brain travel quickly and smoothly to the rest of the body. In MS, the myelin becomes damaged, disrupting the transfer of these messages.


MS is unpredictable. Symptoms can occur randomly. Some of the most common are problems with mobility and balance, pain, fatigue and muscle spasms.

Can I Volunteer?

Do you have something to offer the Jersey Multiple Sclerosis Society? If you do then we would very much like to hear from you!

We support people with MS

We Are Here to Grasp Your Hand in Support

We are here to GRASP your hand in support, friendship and thanks, as we strive for a world free of MS.


To help our members adjust their day to day lifestyle to accommodate living with MS.


Donations to projects, which are propelling the treatment of MS forward and working towards a cure.


Around 100,000 people in the UK have MS. It is the most common disabling condition in young adults. Help us to stop MS.


monthly support in the form of exercise classes, massage and dietary supplementations.


helping those who live with or love someone with MS stay positive as they live with the condition.

Latest Causes

Some information about the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Jersey's latest events and fundraising...


If you wish to be involved in fundraising with the Multiple Sclerosis Society in  Jersey please get in touch with us.

Sponsored Events

We are often involved with sponsored events so why not raise some money for a very good cause!


If you wish to volunteer with the society then please navigate over to the contact page and send us an email.

The Society in Jersey C.I.

Members can request Financial Assistance in times of difficulty or for something specific that will improve their quality of life or help them keep independent. The UK-wide website has more information about the condition which is constantly being updated. Please follow this link if you wish to view the mainland Multiple Sclerosis Society website.

Upcoming Events

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