NASS has suspended all branch activity until further notice due to the current COVID19 outbreak. Please follow the link from our homepage for more information.

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**UPDATE**
We know that at the moment, during the Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic, many fundraising events and challenges are being postponed or cancelled to ensure everyone’s safety. Whilst we would love your fundraising support, you should consider aiming towards an event in the Autumn at the earliest as many are still scheduled to go ahead (although obviously this may change). It may be best to think ahead to 2021 and set yourself a challenge to raise funds for NASS next year. Do still check out the different pages in this section to find the perfect event for you, as we aim to keep them all updated with latest information.

If you want to chat this over with us, please email us at fundraising@nass.co.uk.

 

From a gentle walk to a marathon, a skydive to an overseas adventure, we have loads of options to get active and get involved!

Sports and challenges are a fantastic and fun-filled way to raise money for NASS and we’ll support you every step of the way.

Whether you decide to brave your challenge alone or involve your friends and family too, do not miss the amazing opportunity to help change the future for those living with axial SpA (AS). Your journey begins here!

Take a look at some of the activities below that you can do to raise money for NASS. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Get in touch with us at fundraising@nass.co.uk and we can help you find the perfect challenge for you.

Remember, you don’t need an athlete’s body, just a fundraiser’s heart’

Check out these options...

or maybe one of these...

Overseas Challenges

Branch out of the UK and fundraise for NASS far and wide in a magical location of your choice. Click here to see where you can raise awareness for axial SpA (AS)

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Swim for us

Swimming is a fantastic and thoroughly enjoyable exercise, working all your muscles. Are you prepared to compete in the water for NASS?

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