Year in review
Multiple sclerosis is Canada’s disease – 100,000 Canadians have MS, and Canada has the highest rate of MS in the world. As the country’s advocate for people with MS, we’re proud to fund some of the best research in the world and programs and services that help people with MS live well.
In 2013, we funded $8 million in Canadian MS research, $9 million in programs and services for people affected by MS, $6 million in public education and awareness, $2 million in government and community relations and $4 million in volunteer and chapter development.
It is because of our supporters across the country that the MS Society of Canada continues to help Canadians with MS and push for better treatments and a cure for this disease. Thank you.
For more information you can read the full 2013 Impact Report here.