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Name a Wing at KMSTC

Create a lasting legacy for those living with MS and other neurological conditions in Kent

“There is, quite simply, nowhere else I know like it. You’ve got a problem? Someone will help you. You are poorly? People will listen, offer support. You never feel alone. The support offered is amazing!”

The Kent MS Therapy Centre provides first class facilities to support people affected by MS and other neurological conditions. We have a state of the art Centre that provides a warm and welcoming environment that delivers a wide range of excellent services to help those living withMS and other neurological conditions to manage their condition and improve their quality of life.

An opportunity has now arisen for donors to name the four wings of our building. We invite you to consider a naming opportunity to demonstrate your support of the charity and those living in Kent and Medway with MS and other neurological conditions.

Name a wing and create a long-lasting legacy

The building has been specially designed to be able to deliver a range of non-invasive therapies which include:

  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Gym and Group Exercise
  • Counselling & complementary therapies

Each wing of the Centre provides a specific space for each of these therapies to take place with specialist equipment. There is also a central social space which provides a place for members to relax and meet with others, use the on-site café and visit our charity shop.

Find out more

Read our full sponsorship proposal to find out more.

If you would like to find out more about our Charity and are interested in discussing the opportunity to name a wing of the Centre please contact Heidi Coleman, Head of Income Generation hcoleman@kentmstc.org

“I’m determined to help spread the word about the great work done at KentMS Therapy Centre. I don’t know how to express my gratitude to the staff, therapists, volunteers and supporters who make it possible. You have literally given me my quality of life back.”

“The Centre is a lovely place to come to, and everyone has a smile and a cheery word for you. Quite simply, it keeps me going and I would guess I’m not the only one to feel this. Thank you.”

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