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Other Ways to Support the National MS Society

The Phyl Fund
Established by Phyllis and Bernie Rubin, founders of Bernie & Phyl's Furniture, The Phyl Fund is the Rubin family's ongoing effort to raise funds for MS research and to increase awareness of the disabling effects of MS.

Christopher & Banks
Christopher & Banks announces the MS Collection! 50% of proceeds from the collection go to the National MS Society.

The Inspiration Bracelet
Intended to be worn as a symbol of support for the millions affected by MS, the bracelet raises awareness of the sometimes devastating and always unpredictable effects of the disease. Hand-crafted of sterling silver and 14K gold filled beads, this bracelet is available for purchase and all proceeds from the sale of each item will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Tired of driving a prehistoric vehicle? Autos-4-MS allows individuals and organizations to donate their unwanted vehicles to help those with multiple sclerosis. We accept cars, trucks, trailers and motorcycles. We also accept recreational vehicles upon inspection.

An Artful Campaign
MS took the feeling from Judi Bartnicki's hand, but that doesn't stop her from making extraordinary paintings and pen & ink drawings. Order prints of her drawings, or commission an original work of art.

Community Returns
Do good while you sleep! Courtyard by Marriott, Holiday Inn Express, and Home Suites Inn will donate a portion of the proceeds from your stay to the National MS Society's Greater New England Chapter.

Corporate Opportunities
Partnering with the Greater New England Chapter of the National MS Society is not only a good community investment; it is a good business investment.


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