Our mission is to support and work with persons with Multiple Sclerosis and their families to better understand and cope with the many varied symptoms of the disease; to increase public awareness and understanding of MS, what can be done to help and the resources presently available to people with MS; to raise necessary funds to finance the society and to assist MS sufferers with medical needs.
Please join us at 6:30pm on the 1st Monday of each month for our online support group meetings held via Zoom. Email us at email@example.com and we will include you in our monthly Zoom invite.
Angela Cotterill, is the co vice-president of the M S Society of Bermuda.
Read about Angela Cotterill's experiences with MS.
The March Swim-a-thon and the Walk/Run for MS event are now a part of our annual calendar. A majority of the funds we earn go toward supporting our members with medically related costs: medication, personal hygiene, insurance and equipment such as canes, wheelchairs, air conditioners in order to make lives a bit more comfortable. Please note that the more contributions you raise, the more successful we will be at achieving our goal to educate, assist and support those in the MS community. Thank you very much for your participation!
Donations can be made directly to our Butterfield Bank account: 060-093443-0014, just remember to note "Swim" or "Walk" with your participant's name. For more information please visit our donations page. We sincerely appreciate any donation you can offer, big or small!
Volunteers are always needed and welcomeMake a donation
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While the MS Society has a multitude of members who suffer with MS, we know there are others in Bermuda who are currently living with this crazy disease! We certainly respect those who are not interested in becoming part of the MS Society but do hope you'll be willing to anonymously share your story so that we can obtain a more accurate database. Please visit our Survey page so that we can gather accurate statistics.
Ellen Hollis has talked to Jessie Moniz Hardy of the Royal Gazette about living and dealing with MS.
Read the article here.
Living – and thriving – with MS. Carolyn Armstrong couldn’t stop herself from falling down. It happened over and over again. Eventually, she convinced herself a brain tumour was behind her clumsiness and that she only had months to live. When her doctor told her she had multiple sclerosis, she was “ecstatic”.
Read her full story in the Royal Gazette.
Read the Royal Gazette article about Allison and John Faiella taking part in the Bermuda Marathon Weekend 10K to raise money for multiple sclerosis sufferers on the Island.
Registered Bermuda Charity #336
P.O. Box HM 1426, Hamilton HM FX