Things are hotting up for the MS Society as The Centre, in Livingston has launched an appeal to enlist volunteers to take part in a Firewalk to raise vital funds in its name.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition of theÂ central nervous systemÂ causing a range of symptoms.Â Around 100,000 people have the condition, whichÂ stays with you for life.Â We don’t know the cause and we haven’t yet found a cure, but research is progressing fast.
Now the Livingston Â shopping mall has launched its campaign to enlist big-hearted fundraisers to tackle the mind-over-matter stunt in order to collect much-needed donations for its national charity of the year.Â The Blaze Firewalk Challenge is a unique and safe event that seeks to increase confidence and self-esteem whilst also breaking through limiting beliefs and conditioning.
The event will take place at 6.30 pm on the evening of Thursday 27th February with a training session prior to the walk followed by a debrief and presentation of certificates.
David Carson, director of The Centre in Livingston, said: â€œThe Firewalk is a fantastic opportunity to challenge yourself and your fears whilst raising valuable funds for the MS Society.Â Weâ€™re looking forward to receiving applications and thank everyone in advance for helping us make a real difference.â€
Those interested in taking part need to fill out a registration form with a Â£25 non-refundable deposit and raise a minimum of Â£75 which will be collected on the night. For more information, emailÂ TheCentreLivingston@landsecurities.com