The members of the Rotary Action Group Against Multiple Sclerosis (RAGAMS) offer a wide range of assistance and support to Rotary clubs interested in taking on the challenge of Multiple Sclerosis. 

RAGAMS members organized events to raise funds for MS research, started a Rotary fellowship for MS Awareness and attended Rotary district conferences and Rotary International Conventions all over the world to seek support and enlist new members of their group to help promote MS research. 

More recently, in partnership with the Melbourne Neuroscience Institute, members have successfully supported scholarships for research on MS, and with the help of funds raised by RAGAMS, successfully applied for a Rotary Global Grant to support progressive MS research at the Florey Institute and Monash University.

Members of the Rotary Action Group Against Multiple Sclerosis can help Rotary Clubs and Rotarians by offering information about this neurological disease, how to start a project to address it, and how to apply for grants and funding opportunities as well as a great deal of other related information.

Rotary Action Groups (RAGs) provide assistance and support to Rotary clubs and districts in planning and implementing community development and humanitarian service projects. There are many such RAGs working across Rotary and around the world today.