Rock Your MS Support

Supporting people living with Multiple Sclerosis (and other neuroligical conditions)

Come and Get Involved with others in our feel-good Rock For MS fundraiser concert!

Sponsorship of Rock for MS / Rock Against MS can be given in a number of ways. It all comes down to what suits you…

How it works...
Check out our Sponsor options

We Donate

Each year, many WA music and entertainment industry hands come together to bring the Siren Rock For MS Fundraiser Concert to fruition which encompasses weeks and months of preparation and can include any number of elements on the night; Merch, Door Prizes, Auctions, Raffle, Live Entertainment, Special Guests, Full Concert Production & Staff.

Every professional involved donates their time and expertise at no charge to help to raise funds for people living with MS and other neurological conditions.

This is our annual pledge.

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You Get Involved

Whether making a kind donation of $5, $15, $20, $50 or another denomination of your choice via our website, or choosing to become a Valued Sponsor of our annual concert and even come to celebrate with us each year, or by perhaps purchasing our hand-crafted Rock For MS pendant for yourself or a loved one (100% of profits go to MSWA), or joining us at our annual concert, you will be making a very big difference!

Through the connectedness of the universal language of music, we choose to make a difference in the lives of others. Together, we provide valuable support for people living with Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological conditions as we continue to crusade for a cure and a preventative.

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*All profits go to MSWA
Donations to MSWA via Rock For MS of over $5 are tax deductible. MSWA receipts will be provided.

What is MS?

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, neurodegenerative condition that affects the Central Nervous System (CNS). The body’s own immune system appears to attack the protective sheath of fatty protein, called myelin, which surrounds the nerves in the brain, spinal cord and the optic nerve. An attack results in inflammation and development of one or more lesions, resulting in scarring or sclerotic plaques, forming on the nerves. These lesions interfere with the nerve messages sent back and forward through the brain, and spinal cord.

Every person diagnosed with MS will experience it slightly differently, depending on the location, size and number of lesions formed and where they are located, as well as the type of MS. For some, sensations are altered while others experience difficulty with muscle strength and movement and can also affect a person’s capacity to process information as well as their emotions and vision can also be affected

The course of MS is unpredictable. Some people are minimally affected by the disease, while some may experience more frequent relapses leading to varying levels of disability.

It is not yet known what causes multiple sclerosis, or why it affects one person and not another. As a result, people with MS are often faced with uncertainty about the future.

Multiple sclerosis is the most common degenerative neurological condition diagnosed in young adults, with over 75% of people diagnosed under the age of 40.


As stipulated here on our website, as well as in our social networking promotions and advertising, All Profits go to MSWA.  Everyone involved with our fundraising efforts does so on a voluntary basis, no exceptions.  This is part of our well known pledge.  As we crusade for a cure, our only goal is to support people living with MS and other neurological conditions and we do so via the wonderful people and friends at MSWA.

Every dollar raised can help a person receive home help aids, mobility aids, afford them modified cutlery, provide a bluetooth or speakerphone modification, and even help to provide support for a professional Health & Lifestyle assessment and the development of an individual action plan to improve health, well being and a quality of life.  No amount is too small to support those living with incurable, unpredictable and debilitating neurological conditions.   Please join us.


For our Rock Your MS Support page users, once you have selected your preferred item and go through the checkout process, you have the option to pay immediately via Direct Debit to the Siren The Siren bank account.

Direct Debit: Once you go through the checkout process and complete your order, our bank details will be provided on the following page as well as via your email confirmation.
Please use your current email account to be able to receive your receipt/invoice.


All profits go to MSWA
There are two options for receipts:

A receipt is provided to Sponsors (any person or business with an ABN) who would like to contribute to the show.  In kind, we offer options to promote you or your business’s support of Sound The Siren - Rock For MS/Rock Against MS for the duration of the campaign throughout our social networking, press and promotions and live show. General business receipts will be issued immediately upon receiving your contribution. This receipt should be kept as a general tax receipt for your own advertising and promotions records.

Alternatively, all donations over $5 via us are tax deductible. MSWA receipts will be provided once funds have cleared and transferred. Please allow up to 14 days for response time.

Please note: Tax-deductible receipts are not available for the Rock For MS pendant, Sound The Siren show tickets, auction goods, raffle tickets or items won. However, in conjunction with MSWA we are happy to provide an acknowledgement for auction winners to confirm their contribution has indeed been received by MSWA should they require it. If an acknowledgement is required, this must be arranged with one of our team members on the night of the show.


  • Contributions towards the show are gratefully appreciated and accepted. Please see our Rock Your MS Support page for more information.


  • Buy a ticket to the show and invite your friends to come and get involved with the festivities!


  • We are happy to receive offers of reasonable items for raffle or auction. Contact Us for more information.