National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The Michigan Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in Michigan and raise funds for critical MS research. Join the movement toward a world free of MS.
All chapter events, from Walk MS to Bike MS, owe a great deal of their success to the strength of the volunteers that make them possible. View other chapter events on our Fundraising Event page.
Walk MS Events
Walk MS: MIDLAND April 29, 2017
WALK MS: KALAMAZOO MAY 6, 2017
WALK MS: WYANDOTTE MAY 6, 2017
Walk MS: detroit May 7, 2017
Walk MS: FRANKENMUTH MAY 13, 2017
Walk MS: ST CLAIR MAY 13, 2017
WALK MS: DEXTER MAY 20, 2017
Walk MS: GRAND RAPIDS MAY 20, 2017
Walk MS: LANSING MAY 20, 2017
WALK MS: HOLLAND JUNE 3, 2017
Walk MS: ROCHESTER JUNE 24, 2017
Walk MS: TRAVERSE CITY JUNE 24, 2017
Walk MS: GRAND HAVEN SEPTEMBER 9, 2017
Walk MS: MARQUETTE SEPTEMBER 10, 2017
WALK MS: LAPEER COUNTY SEPTEMBER 16, 2017
Walk ms: MILFORD SEPTEMBER 17, 2017
Walk MS: Monroe TBD
BIKE MS: WEST MICHIGAN GREAT LAKES BREAKAWAY JUNE 3-4, 2017
BIKE MS: MID MICHIGAN GREAT LAKES BREAKAWAY JULY 15-16, 2017
BIKE MS: GREAT LAKES FALL BREAKAWAY sEPTEMBER 19, 2017
BIKE MS: GREAT LAKES BAVARIAN BREAKAWAY SEPTEMBER 23-24, 2017
Volunteers across the country volunteer their professional knowledge and resources to help the National MS Society create a world free of MS.
For more information on Event Volunteers or Professional Volunteers call 1-800-344-4867 or complete the volunteer application and a staff member will contact you to discuss your interests, and review the Society’s Code of Conduct, confidentiality and privacy standards.
Planning Committees and Leadership Volunteers:
Programs and fundraising events are made possible because of the commitment and leadership of volunteers who work with chapter staff to plan recruit fundraise and coordinate the Society's efforts to create a world free of MS.
Research & Advocacy Volunteers:
Research Advocacy volunteers are local champion for the National MS Society Research Mission. They share information about advances in biomedical research and promote the Society's research programs.
Self Help Group Leaders:
Self help groups bring people together who share a common life experience (living with MS) and provide personal support and education.
Our Gateway to Wellness programs for people with MS provide 6 sessions that focus on exercise, discussion and activities to promote wellness, self-management and balance in lifestyle. If you are a health professional who wants to join a team of facilitators in presenting these sessions then this opportunity is for you.
The Friendly Listening Program is a telephone network for people with MS who want support from their peers. Trained volunteers with MS make weekly calls to listen, provide support and suggest community resources.
Other Ways to get Involved:
You can volunteer by organizing your own fundraiser or by getting your company involved in the fight againt MS. Click HERE for more information.
Click HERE to download a volunteer application
To speak to a chapter representative about a volunteer opportunity that is right for you, please call Christopher Rowe at 248-936-0362 or Christopher.Rowe@nmss.org