Revive MS Support Appeals
Thank you to everyone that donated to our 2021 ‘Back to the Future’ Appeal. You raised a whopping £10,000 which has helped us re-open more of our services, including the café which is a vital social space for those that use the centre. We have also been able to increase the numbers of appointments per week while the pandemic restrictions are also easing so there’s a wonderful air of chatter and laughter coming back to the building which is what we wanted to achieve this year. So thank you for helping to make that happen. We’ll post information about our next appeal here, but in the meantime, please check out the stories below to see some of the people that benefit from the services at Revive.
You’re helping people like…
Susan who cares for her husband Dougie, diagnosed with MS in 2019.
“After my husband was diagnosed in July 2019 we both felt like we had been hit over the head by a baseball bat.
Moira, the MS Nurse at Revive MS Support settled all our fears. She was fantastic and explained everything that the consultant didn’t.
Revive MS Support plays a very important part in our life. A great comfort during difficult times.”
Find out more about Susan’s story here
Julie who lives with Multiple Sclerosis, has been receiving help to manage her MS at Revive MS Support for 8 years.
“I use a multitude of services at the centre including oxygen therapy, reflexology, massage and memory matters. It’s been a massive part of my life.
Without access to Revive MS Support it was really, really difficult. Mentally you are lost a bit, not having the people around you that know what you are going through.
Revive is always there for me during the best times and the worst times.”
Find out more about Julies’ story here
Gordon who has been attending the Revive MS Support centre in Glasgow for 15 years.
“The hyperbaric chamber I’ve been using for a long time, the circuit classes and kid-on karate, Tai-Chi!
The fatigue kind of takes over if you are isolated.
Revive has taken a lot of the responsibility from the NHS because of the underfunding.
It’s definitely an important place to be.”
Find out more about Gordon’s story here