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We believe in the strength of connection – that’s why each year we host a range of campaigns for the MS community!

Our community campaigns are designed to celebrate your resilience and spirit, while sharing hope for the future.

Every year we host campaigns to mark World MS Day, Women’s Health Week and National Carers Week. We also host a Virtual Art Show for the MS community to express their creativity.

In addition to our annual campaigns, we often create online programs for topical issues like COVID. We’re here so you feel supported and connected despite any challenges.

You can browse our annual campaigns below or connect with us on our MS Plus Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with the latest campaigns.

World MS Day

World MS Day

We join the global MS community to mark World MS Day on 30 May every year. Join us for events across the ACT, New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria throughout the month of May to highlight the theme of connections.

MS Virtual Art Show

MS Virtual Art Show

The MS Virtual Art Show provides an opportunity for people living with MS and other neurological conditions to express their creativity, celebrate connections through art and support each other. It takes place annually.

Opportunities throughout the year to celebrate and advocate for the MS community

Women's Health Week

Women’s Health Week is the biggest week in Australia focusing on good health and wellbeing for women, girls and gender diverse people. Each year in September we partner with our national peak body, MS Australia, to deliver an exciting online program designed to power your health.

National Carers Week

National Carers Week

We know that carers can often be the unsung heroes in the management of a neurological condition. That’s why every October for National Carers Week we recognise and celebrate all the wonderful, loved ones supporting people living with multiple sclerosis and other neurological conditions.


National Volunteer Week

We take a moment to recognise the vital work of volunteers and to say 'thank you' for all they do for MS Plus.

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