BID On A Christmas Card Hand Drawn By David Tennant & Raise Funds For The MS Society

David Tennant is one of many celebrities who have submitted hand-drawn greetings cards to an Ebay auction to raise funds for the MS Society's Cards for a Cause Campaign. Famous names have designed fantastic one-off Christmas cards - the ultimate gift for a fan which will also raise vital funds to help beat MS! The auction will run from midday GMT 1st - 10th December 2014.

David's enigmatic candy cane and holly design comes signed by him and includes a statement of authenticity.

The MS Society is the UK's leading Multiple Sclerosis charity. Set up in 1953, it aims to provide information and support to people with the condition, to fight for change and to fund research. Multiple Sclerosis is a complex neurological condition affecting around 100,000 people in the UK. In MS, the myelin coating around nerve fibres is damaged causing a range of symptoms ranging from fatigue, blurred vision and tremors to muscle spasms and chronic pain, weakness and balance problems and memory loss. The causes of MS are unclear but it is believed to be a combination of genetic and environmental factors.

You can bid for David's card here

Other cards have been contributed by singer Katherine Jenkins, Doctor Who star Camille Coduri and Olympic hero Sir Chris Hoy, among others. 

Check them all out here

Alternatively you can donate directly to the MS Society via this link

Find out more about the MS Society and how you can support them here


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