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Thanks to all our supporters who enjoyed our Evening of Clairvoyance

Aims2Cure 2017

We hope you enjoyed our wonderful Clairvoyants - Sara, Kimberley & Lesley -

and that many of you received the messages you had hoped for.

at The Radlett Centre.

Hope to see you again soon.


Aims2Cure held their first Bridge Tournament at Wingate Football Club in March 2017.

A fantastic competition took place and everyone had a great time playing whilst raising money for Aims2Cure. We were delighted to have raised over £3500!

We were so pleased to have over 100 players playing either Duplicate or Chicago.

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Please click the link

above to view our

our fantastic brochure

full of photos and


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Aims2Cure donate a new standing frame

to the Harrow MS Therapy Centre.

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We help improve the quality of life for people with MS


We have raised over £1 MILLION for research into finding a cure for MS! #proud

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Junior Aims

In 2016, Junior Aims2Cure used their amazing talents and opened a BRAID BAR to

We think they are not only great little fundraisers but the future of Aims2Cure!


raise money into finding a cure for MS.

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Aims2Cure were delighted to have the opportunity to do a successful bucket collection at Barnet Football Club. Thank you to all the supporters who donated so generously and to the Club for allowing us to be there. www.barnetfc.com
Aims2Cure loved meeting all the generous Tesco shoppers in Watford and Borehamwood doing a fantastic bucket collection. We are extremely grateful to everyone who stopped by to put some money in our buckets. It was lovely to speak to so many of you whose lives have been touched by Multiple Sclerosis. www.tesco.com

See our NEWS section for photos!!

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Aims2Cure visited the Chilterns MS Centre to present a donation for £15,000 to help fund the cost of their much needed physiotherapists. Physio can help tackle a wide range of problems for people with MS including increasing independence, mobility and fitness.

  • Aims2Cure was started by a small group of people in 1999 who have since raised over £1 million for research into MS.  Over the years, Aims2Cure have paid the salaries of research scientists at The Institute of Neurology, University College London  and at The Institute of Cell and Molecular Science at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.  Aims2Cure’s fundraising has also paid for equipment and research projects and with your support it continues to do so.