MS Can Be Resources

See below a listing of resources that might be beneficial to you:

Grants and Scholarships 

Here is a selection of scholarships, grants and funding opportunities that may be available to young people who are affected by MS. 

Youth Innovation Component of the Enabling Accessibility Fund:

The Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) is looking for dynamic youths who want to demonstrate leadership and their commitment to their communities by volunteering their time to build a more accessible Canada.

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/enabling-accessibility-fund-youth-innovation.html

Educational Grants/Scholarships:

MS Information​

Below are trusted websites that offer a variety of information about multiple sclerosis.


I Challenge MS

I Challenge MS is an online platform where you can access an incredible library of resources and tips, share updates about your Challenge, and easily gather secure donations. MS Society staff in your province are also here to help you plan, develop, and run your challenge.

How will you challenge MS?

  • Take a personal challenge
  • Host an event with friends and family
  • Workplace fundraising

For more information:

Visit the website here

MS Research Information​

MS Society's Research Program

  • Canada remains at the forefront of MS research around the world. Through generous contributions from donors, corporate sponsors, and fervent fundraisers, the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada has invested over $175 million dollars in research since its inception in 1948. For more information visit: https://mssociety.ca/about-ms-research

How to get involved in MS Research

  • MS Society of Canada’s Research Portal: MS Research Portal is an initiative from the MS Society of Canada’s Research and Programs & Services departments to highlight Canadian research studies that are seeking participants. Visit: https://msresearch.ca/
  • Clinicaltrials.gov is a worldwide database of privately and publicly funded clinical trials conducted globally. For more information visit: https://clinicaltrials.gov/

​MS Knowledge Network 

The MS Knowledge Network is the MS Society of Canada’s hub of knowledge, lead by a team of MS Navigators, who provide trusted, consistent, quality MS information and support. MS Navigators are available to assist anyone in Canada, from 8am to 8pm ET, Monday to Friday.

Phone: 1-844-859-6789
Email: msnavigators@mssociety.ca

Live Web Chat: visit the MS Information or Support & Services sections of our website

STRIDE: Step up to end MS

STRIDE is an initiative designed to help schools build, maintain, and grow MS walk teams by establishing school teams with staff, students, and administration. The goal is to create a friendly but competitive atmosphere among schools in a community. The STRIDE package includes all the educational material, fundraiser ideas, and support and coordination that can make your school team great.

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