Every donation to NASS makes an enormous difference: since 1976 NASS has helped thousands of people with AS and their families understand and manage their disease by providing up to date information and support. We could not continue to do this without the generous support of our donors.
NASS does not receive any government or statutory funding. Every donation, whatever the amount, makes a huge difference to people with AS. Please help NASS continue to provide the level of support that people affected by AS deserve and help build a better future for them and their families. There are 3 easy ways to donate:
- Donate online
- Donate by cheque or set up a direct debit using a donation form
- Donate through JustGiving
There are many other ways that you can support NASS. Go to the Ways to Support NASS page to read more.
The Fergus Rogers Memorial Fund
Fergus Rogers was the Director of NASS for over 25 years and a commanding figure in the world of AS through his work for both NASS and ASIF, the international patient organisation. He did a huge amount to raise the profile of AS and the needs of patients with AS: he himself had the disease.
The Fergus Rogers Memorial Fund was set up by his widow, Brigitte, with the intention to use the funds raised to help individual patients in need and to fund research. The Fund is not a separate charity but the donations are listed separately in the NASS accounts. To donate, simply make your payment to the Fergus Rogers Memorial Fund (NASS) and post it in to NASS.