Kiss Goodbye to MS is the world’s biggest international community of people fundraising for multiple sclerosis (MS) research.
Globally, twice as many women are diagnosed with MS than men.
Join the campaign and stand up for yourself, a friend, family member, or someone you haven’t met yet. It’s up to you how much you dare to do, so scroll down to find out what’s happening around the world.
Our goal $1,500,000
Raised to date $575,687
Multi-talented Australian cricketer Jemma Barsby was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis – but she’s refusing to let the condition get in the way of her love for cricket and goal...
Pernille Blume is a Danish swimmer and 2016 Olympic gold medalist. As someone who has fought hard to achieve her personal goals Pernille represents the best of the fight to overcome MS, and we are delighted she is a Danish and international Ambassador for Kiss Goodbye to MS.
Thomas Delaney is a Danish international football player who plays for Bundesliga football team SV Werder Bremen. We are absolutely delighted to welcome Thomas as a Danish and international ambassador for Kiss Goodbye to MS!
Ellyse has represented Australia in both soccer and cricket, and has been named Australia’s most Outstanding Woman in Sport for 2015. Having achieved international success in her sporting career, Ellyse believes that all young women should be able to have the opportunities she’s had, which is why she is an ambassador for the Australian Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign.
Jess is an accomplished writer and media personality. When Jess’s best friend was diagnosed with MS she decided to do what she does best – talk. And together Jess and Renee have been sharing our message ever since as Australian Kiss Goodbye to MS Ambassadors.
Emma is an international supermodel, talented writer, and a mum to two sons. Emma has seen first hand what an unpredictable disease MS can be, and is passionate about supporting MS research. This is why Emma is an ambassador for the Australian Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign.