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MS Toga Party!

    

This event repeats every 30 years until 30/05/17

Event details

We’re very pleased to announce that MS Toga Party will be returning once again in May 2017 with a day of events, prizes and fun all in the name of raising money and awareness for charity!
Gamers giving back will once more be teaming with multiple groups & communities from across the world as we once more strive to make the world a better place by doing what we do best, playing video games!

For those of you who have never got the chance to experience MS Toga Party or any other of the charity events that are run every year, this is a long running event spanning all the way back to Guild Wars 1 & is a great way to meet new people, win great prizes & make a difference in people’s lives.

You can find out more by checking out the Official MS Toga Party Website
 


So what is Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple Sclerosis (or MS as it is more commonly known) is a lesser known progressive disease that affects the central nervous system which can affect you in many different ways. Gamers Giving Back wrote a great explanation of what MS is & the effects it can have which you can find here: Gamers Giving Back description.
 


When it is happening?
The event is scheduled for Saturday 13th May 2017 with more details about schedules and prizes being made available as the event draws closer.
 


How to get involved
The best way to get involved is to obviously attend the event, though we encourage anyone to help spread awareness of this cause!
Additionally if you want to donate to the cause you can do so by going to the official fundraiser page.

For now you can stay updated by following MS Toga Party on social media:
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I can never know it for sure, but I think MS is what took my grandma several years ago. Her health declined so fast that it was never diagnosed, not that it would have really mattered if it did anyway.. I wish strength for anyone fighting this still vague disease, to their friends and loved ones and for the ones who have already lost some of theirs. Giving a small donation, or showing your support in another way might not feel like much, but together we are stronger than any of us alone would ever be.. <3

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