Aims2Cure is a registered charity established in 1999. Our aim is to fund research into finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and currently sponsor various projects taking place at some of the UK’s leading neurological institutions including King’s College London and Oxford University.  Addtionally, through our Michelè Elster Fund, we help to improve the quality of life of MS sufferers.

Aims2Cure put on various events throughout the year and have to date raised over £900,000. The charity consists of 11 voluntary members who are committed and passionate about this cause and are determined to find a cure.

MS sufferers are struck down in the prime of life, usually between the ages of 20 and 40 (although it can strike at any age). Just when individuals are embarking on the next stage of life, a career perhaps, or a family, they are faced with an uncertain and unpredictable future. MS is a cruel condition. Men and women who were once energetic, mobile and independent people lose all this to have a life solely reliant on others and being able to do nothing for themselves. It’s unimaginable. This is why Aims2Cure are so motivated to find a cure or a treatment.

 

Objectives:
Aims2Cure is governed by a constitution and has a Chairman, Candi Goldstein; Secretary , Jennifer Thake; and Treasurer, Lisa Simbler who are all re-elected every year.

The Charity’s aim is:

  • To promote medical research, through funding research projects into the treatment of MS and with this research disseminate the useful results amongst medical and scientific professionals so it can be used to further a cure for MS.
  • To provide assistance and advice to those afflicted by MS.
  • To co-operate with any other Charitable organisation having similar objectives to Aims2Cure.

 

Registered Charity No: 278689