Our Centre is a welcoming place, offering a wide range of therapies and social activities.
Find out more about what’s on and how you can help keep our vital work going.
We have Members of all ages and with wide-ranging experience of the condition, but who have found the Centre helpful in navigating their way through.
The past year has been a challenge for us all but we have been determined to adapt and work collaboratively with our therapists to be able to offer virtual services you can access from home.
We are celebrating a grant from The Philip and Connie Phillips Foundation which supports health and wellbeing of the community.
A Sense of Belonging
A sense of belonging
It was while working as an Economics and Business Teacher and Head of Department at a school in Folkestone that Gary first realised something wasn’t right.
Primary Progressive MS
Former Nurse, Helen Broadwell, is both a member and volunteer APS Therapist at KMSTC.
Helen’s own MS diagnosis came back in 2008 when a colleague of hers commented
Our biggest fundraiser of the year takes place on Saturday 11 December 2021at The Spitfire Ground St Lawrence, Canterbury and includes a drinks reception followed by a three-course meal. It’s sure to be a night to remember. Book your tickets now!
Covid permitting, we have an exciting set of challenges that you can tackle to help us raise money for the Centre. Running, trekking, jumping out of planes – what gets you going?
Losing someone you love can be a very painful and emotional experience. Make a lasting memorial to a loved one with a Tribute Fund or by dedicating a butterfly to them in our Virtual Butterfly Garden.
From reception to oxygen therapy to becoming a Trustee, there are many ways you can get involved in our community. Full training available.
For now many of our events are virtual, but we still appreciate any help you can offer with running activities, organising collections or spreading the word.
Become a regular supporter and a valued Friend of the Centre.