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We hope you find the information on these pages helpful. Our team is working tirelessly to provide up to date advice in relation to the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic. Record numbers of people are now turning to NASS for support, and we hope to be here for everyone. Our helpline and advice service are only possible thanks to donations from people like you.

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Fundraising - Community - Freelands Tavern

Do your own fundraising

Organising a fundraising event can be the perfect way to gather your friends, colleagues or family, have loads of fun, raise awareness of axial SpA, and of course, raise some money for NASS too!

There are many fun ways to get involved, from quiz nights to coffee mornings to celebrating a special occasion to dress down days at work or school. Complete our fundraiser sign up form today, and we will send you a welcome pack full of ideas to help you get started and make your fundraising activity a success!

NASS doesn’t receive any statutory funding, so we rely on the kindness of people like you to help to support our work and awareness about axial SpA. Every penny you raise will help us transform the diagnosis, treatment and care of people with axial SpA, and help more people live well with axial SpA sooner.

Pat and Doreen’s coffee morning

Pat and Doreen held a fundraising coffee morning for NASS, selling donated cakes and homemade crafts, and raised an incredible £740 to support our work! Pat and Doreen wanted to support NASS after Pat’s grandson William was diagnosed with axial SpA earlier this year.

William said, “We had a great turnout, and everybody was very generous with their donations, and many took an interest in axial SpA and how NASS helps people with the condition. Thanks again for all the support NASS have provided me since my diagnosis.”

For more information about fundraising for NASS please contact Laura or Jovhan at