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Raised so far

  • Marja & Erwin Pavliscak just donated $21.20
  • Anonymous just donated $31.80
  • jenny flumerfelt just donated $26.50
  • jennifer flumerfelt just donated $26.50
  • Ann McCoomb just donated $100
  • Melanie Kile just donated $25
  • Margaret E Clarke just donated $26.50
  • Melody just donated $26.50
  • Jeff Clarke just donated $26.50
  • Aunt Jayla & Uncle Len just donated $53
  • Natasha Singh just donated $65
  • Elizabeth Walker just donated $26.50
  • Corrie just donated $10.60
  • Lacy Ferguson just donated $53
  • Anonymous just donated $26.50
  • Bront just donated $50
  • The Hiscocks just donated $21.20
  • Anonymous just donated $75
  • Anonymous just donated $75
  • Mike Avayianos just donated $53


MS Read-a-Thon inspires kids to read as much as they can, all for an incredible cause. The rules are simple. Read whatever you like, as much as you can, from January 27th to February 28th.

Children can register with their school (teachers, you can register your class) or individually. Best of all, by joining our quest, not only will you awaken a love of reading, you will also be helping people who live with multiple sclerosis (MS) in your community.


Funds raised from MS Read-a-Thon will help fund vital support services, like the 1:1 Peer Support Program. This program connects people affected by MS living in your community with someone who can support them through their MS journey. The Peer Support Program is in huge demand and is important to making them feel less alone. To make sure everyone who needs support gets it, your help is urgently needed!


While we all appreciate a classic, we also know that children today want a modern approach (as do their time-poor parents). So, to make MS Read-a-Thon more fun than ever before, we’ve built a fun, interactive website that lets kids track the books they read, download colouring pages and more. Fundraising has never been more fun. Kids love MS Read-a-Thon and it’s never been easier or more exciting to take part.