Ways to support us during Covid-19

Ways to support usPlease support the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre

Your support has never been more important. Your help will make sure we can support our members during this difficult time and will help us reopen our doors. 

Here are a few ways to support the Centre:

Make a Donation

If you are able to set up a regular donation to the charity, this would be a great way to help us plan and secure our work in the future. You can set up a regular giving instruction here or by contacting us at ms@bmstc.org for our bank details. 

Set up regular giving here 

Alternatively, you can make a single donation to our Coronavirus Emergency Appeal

Donate securely online now

We are unable to accept cash at this time but you can send any cheques to Berkshire MS Therapy Centre, Bradbury House, 23a August End, Reading, RG30 2JP. 


Fundraise for BMSTC

Each year our many fundraisers do extraordinary things for the Centre; they run marathons, eat cakes, quiz, swap clothes and books, they cycle, dress up (and down!), celebrate, jump from planes and many other amazing things. This year things need to be a little different but we know our fundraisers have great imaginations. So far we have seen people:

  • Organise Online Quizzes
  • Held Bike Rides
  • Organise Music Festivals online
  • Ask for donations in lieu of birthday presents
  • Ask for donations in exchange for face masks
  • Plant sales...socially distanced of course! 

We are still waiting for the first person to shave their head. 

What we will you do to support your Centre? 

Contact Yvonne by emailing yvonne@bmstc.org or leave a message on 0118 901 6000 and she will return your call. 


Shop for BMSTC

Do you shop online? By searching for your shopping via Give as you Live you will raise money for the Centre every time you shop. It will not cost you a penny - in fact you will also receive special offers. 

Raise money every time you shop


Shopping on Amazon

If you shop at Amazon, did you know that if you shop at Amazon via their Smile feature that it will generate a donation to charity?

Shop on AmazonSmile at https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/800419-0, and Amazon donates to the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre, at no cost to you.

Once you select us, it will remember your choice. The Smile Amazon site is exactly the same as the 'normal' Amazon one. If you are a prime member you can use it as you usually would.


Become a member

You don't need to use the Centre to become a member, you just need to care about the local MS community.

For just £2 a month, you can become a member of the Centre lending us your support and voice. 

Become a member now


Play the Unity Lottery

Fancy winning £25,000? Play the Unity Lottery and not only will you be in with a chance of winning, but every entry will help the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre. 

Sign up and be in with a chance to win £25,000


Local community fund

We need your help!

Physiotherapy service has been selected as one of the local projects supported by the Co-op's local community fund. Last time we raised over £4,000 for our oxygen service!

Check out our project here

If you are a member of the Co-op, it is completely free to sign up and support us. Simply log into your Co-op membership online and nominate BMSTC as your local good cause. Every time you swipe your card over the next few months we will receive funding. You only have to select us once and then use your card when you are shopping. Not a member? It costs just £1 to join and there are benefits for you too. 

Every time you buy milk and other essentials we can turn this into vital help for the local MS community.

How to support BMSTC in three easy stepsBMSTC on the Co-op website

  1. If you haven’t already become a Co-op member. Membership costs just £1 and you will receive 5% of your Co-op branded spend in your Co-op Membership account. Sign up here
  2. Sign into your membership account at www.coop.co.uk/membership
  3. You have the opportunity to choose to support a cause within 15 miles of your registered address. Please support the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre.

To find out more about the Local Community Fund here