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The Southern California & Nevada Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in Southern and Central California and Nevada and raise funds for critical MS research. Join the movement toward a world free of MS.

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  1. Advocacy

    SoCal Young Professionals Group (YPG)

    Mission Statement: 
    The mission of the Young Professional’s Group (YPG) is to engage its members in community service, educational, social events and programs that promote awareness of multiple sclerosis and the MS Society. YPG will provide each member with hope, support, and awareness in a safe and sensitive environment by connecting them to information, resources, and each other.

    Vision Statement:
    YPG is the group of choice for young men and women in their 20s, 30s and 40s who want to do something about MS NOW. YPG connects people living with MS, their friends and family, and medical professionals in a supportive and confidential environment where the sharing of knowledge and resources creates hope and a better quality of life for people affected by MS.

    We are growing our community and would love to have a part of it. Receive invites to our special events, updates on research, and connect with others. Do something about MS now and join the SoCal YPG! Contact us at ypg@nmss.org or follow us on Facebook.

  2. Fundraising Events

    Challenge Walk

    November 4 - 6, 2016
    Be a part of this incredible three-day, 50-mile journey closer to a cure. Route support, massage therapists, photographers, and first aid are just a few of the available volunteer opportunities.
  3. Fundraising Events

    Bike MS

    September 24, 2016
    Ride or volunteer at our two-day, 30 – 100 mile ride through Southern Nevada. Event needs include photographers, check-in, SAG drivers, hospitality, medical, route and spirit team volunteers.
  4. Advocacy

    Advocacy Volunteer: District Captain

    The District Captain is responsible for monitoring the activity of congressional, state senate and assembly members relative to healthcare and disability issues.  They will also represent the Society’s policy interests and positions to their respective elected legislators.

    Stewart Ferry
    415-230-6678 ext. 73003
    Email
  5. Volunteerism

    District Activist Leader

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