The CSIS Charity Fund has chosen to support the Chilterns MS Centre for the third year running, with a grant of £5,000, to help those affected by multiple sclerosis (MS).
The grant will make such a difference to local people living with the condition, and their families.
As a self-funded charity, Chilterns MS Centre relies on generous grants like this to continue to offer their services and empower people affected by MS to manage their symptoms, keep active and remain as independent as possible.
Chilterns MS Centre’s Chief Executive, Robert Breakwell, said:
“We are delighted that the CSIS Charity Fund has given its generous support to the Centre for the third time. It is support like this that enables us to help those with multiple sclerosis in our community to reach their personal goals and live a healthier and happier life.“
The CSIS Charity Fund gives grants to charities and organisations that support civil and public servants and their families through periods of hardship, including illness and disability.
Since 2008, they have made grants worth nearly £8million to good causes working with people in need in the Armed Forces, the NHS, schools, local and central government and other areas of public service.
For more information, see www.csischarityfund.org