At MS Australia, we form partnerships with businesses and organisations to support our goal of accelerating research to find a cause and cure for MS.
It is through the generous support of our partners, sponsors and donors that we are able to fund research projects each year. To see some examples of what your financial support can contribute to click here.
Partnerships with MS Australia can be in a variety of ways and are not restricted to the following;
A tax deductible donation to MS Australia or to our national fundraising campaign Kiss Goodbye to MS will fund vital MS research projects and accelerate our search for the cause and the cure of MS.
Donations can be made via a number of ways;
Pro bono support and gifts in kind are crucial to the success of MS Australia and our national fundraising campaign Kiss Goodbye to MS. It ensures the organisational and fundraising expenses are kept as low as possible, maximising the amount of funding invested into vital MS research.
MS Australia is extremely grateful to the individuals and organisations who donate their services, volunteer their valuable time and expertise, or donate a product. The spirit of volunteerism, using networks and pro bono support has been a fundamental reason that the small MS Australia team can amplify its reach.
Over the past year support has been received from wide ranging areas including legal assistance, public relations, advertising, venue and catering provisions and event management. Alongside in-kind and pro-bono partnerships, our volunteers and interns assist in administration, communications and finance. MS Australia’s volunteers are dedicated and committed and they quickly become a trusted member of our small team, freeing up our internal resources.
As a corporate partner or sponsor of MS Australia and our community fundraising campaign Kiss Goodbye to MS, you are aligning with the largest national not-for-profit organisation that is dedicated to funding and coordinating MS research in Australia to find better treatments, the cause and the cure for MS.