Fundraising is Fun!

In the UK, there are an estimated 200,000 people currently living with ankylosing spondylitis. We are the only charity dedicated to providing life-changing support to anyone affected, including friends and family. We receive no government funding, and rely on the generosity of our supporters to enable us to continue our vital work. There’s loads of ways you can get involved. Whatever you do, you’ll help people with AS by making sure they have someone to turn to for expert advice and support. Together, we’re stronger

If you would like any other information, just contact Amardeep on 020 8741 1515. Happy fundraising!

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Walk

From 10,000 steps a day to 100 km treks, there are loads of fantastic ways to get walking for NASS

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Run

Running events are a popular way to raise money for NASS. It gives people a goal to aim towards in their bid to improve their fitness and whilst raising vital sponsorship money

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Swim

Swimming has a lot to offer people with AS. It’s a great way to improve your general fitness, flexibility and strength in a safe, low impact environment and support NASS whilst you’re at it!

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Cycle

Are you thinking of participating in a bike ride in 2017 to raise money in the fight against ankylosing spondylitis? Get involved by signing up to one of the cycling events listed below or create your own cycling challenge.

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Go Extreme

If all this running, cycling, walking or swimming seems a bit tame for you, why not try one of the many extreme events now on offer!

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How we’ll support you

Thank you to everyone who takes part in challenge events for NASS – we wouldn’t be here without you. We’re here to help you make the most of your exciting event – whether you organise your own, join someone else’s or take on a challenge!...

Volunteering

Volunteers make the world of difference to a small organisation such as NASS and play an important role in helping us to achieve our aims and objectives. We are grateful to everyone who gives their time and effort:   Trustees: NASS is governed by our Council of...

Fundraising at Work

NASS does not receive any government funding and relies solely on donations from its members and supporters to carry out our work for people affected by AS. We know that many companies support and encourage their employees’ fundraising efforts. Here are someways that you and your company can help to support the 200,000 people living with AS in the UK.

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