3 supporters smiling at the camera wearing green Anne Rowling Clinic T-shirts

Supporters' stories

Supporters' stories

Behind every decision to fundraise there is a story to tell and we'd like to share some of these with you.


Debbie and Charis part of the Virtual Kiltwalk team at the end of their walk

Pam Macdonald

Pam, along with her colleagues at the Anne Rowling Clinic, took on Scotland's Virtual Kiltwalk to support neurological research.

Ann Gillies sitting in front of a boat and loch

Ann Gillies

Anne turned her daily walks into a way to support MS research, walking 100 miles in one month.

Carla in a green Anne Rowling Clinic running T-shirt with her boyfriend.

Carla Jack

Carla didn't let Covid get in the way of her fundraising when the Scottish half-marathon was cancelled. She just ran it herself.

Fundraisers on a mountain

Laura Morrison

Laura challenged herself and her friends and family to climb Schiehallion and raise funds for the Anne Rowling Clinic. 

The cast of medics musical all sat on a stage

Edinburgh Medics' Musical 2018

Fifth-year Edinburgh medical students wrote, produced and performed a musical homage to Harry Potter.

image of Ruth Seymour

Ruth Seymour

Ruth Seymour walked 500 miles over the course of a year to support research into multiple sclerosis.


Jamie Smith and friends sat on a grass hill wearing sports clothes.

Jamie Smith

Jamie organised a football tournament and invited companies in his sector to raise help funds for MS research.

image of Linda Campbell

Linda Campbell

Linda's made it her mission to raise funds through online auctions to enable experts to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.

John Laffey

John Laffey is making an impact on patients' lives with the support of friends, family, his employer and a decent pair of trainers.