Physical branch meetings are currently cancelled due to COVID-19. However there are virtual activities being run by some branches. Please contact your local branch for more information.

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.

If you are able to make a donation to NASS today, we'd be so grateful.


Flowers in memory

In memory

Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things anyone has to face, but finding a lasting way of remembering their life can be a great comfort. We have several ways for you to honour the memory of your loved one while supporting our work at the same time.

Thank you for thinking of us.

Donate in memory

Your donations will help transform the diagnosis, treatment and care of everyone living with axial SpA (AS). To make a gift in memory of a loved one, please donate online, or send a cheque payable to NASS to NASS, 172 King Street, Hammersmith London W6 0QU. Please let us know the name of the person you are remembering.

Create a tribute page

Create an online tribute page devoted to the life of your loved one using JustGiving. You can share memories, photos and videos with friends and family, and any money you raise in their name will be dedicated to them here.

Collection at a funeral

You may wish to ask family and friends to donate at the funeral instead of giving flowers. If you do, please ask your Funeral Director to forward the donations received to NASS, 172 King Street, Hammersmith London W6 0QU.

We will always let you know when the donations have arrived and where the donations were from.

More information

If you would like to discuss ways to fundraise or donate in memory of a loved one, please contact Laura Hyde, Fundraising Manager.

“We collected £610 in memory of my father, Raymond Small, who suffered with AS for 40 years. His wife Susan and my family have donated the money to help support other AS sufferers.”
Ms Karen Hudson