A charity dedicated to the support of
everyone affected by MS

Revive MS Support is a charity that provides vital therapy, advice and support to people affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in the heart of communities across the West of Scotland in order to enhance their well-being and empower them to live full and productive lives.

Over 10,000 people live with MS in Scotland (1 in 500), the highest prevalence of any country in the world. In recent years, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of people accessing our services at Revive MS Support. To meet this demand, we have made the bold decision to move premises from Maryhill to Moorpark Court in Govan.

Our new accommodation will enhance our services in many ways:

  • we will have more space which will improve the delivery of our existing services
  • we will be able to increase the number of appointments as well as expand our group work and exercise classes.
  • we will be able to help more people affected by MS in the Greater Glasgow area and beyond

To make this happen we need to raise £1.5million through #thenextstep campaign over the next 2 years. Check out our campaign section for more information on how you can help us.

The charity is dependent on donations to fund its ongoing and invaluable work.

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Relief from symptoms - How we can help

Advice for carers

Information for GPs - About MS

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    09 Aug

    If you, or someone you know, would like to join a team that makes a real difference to the lives of others, we would love to hear from you.

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    28 Jul

    We're looking for an inspiring piece of art to recognise those who have donated to our campaign and helped us move to a larger centre to support even more people with MS.

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