We are delighted to invite you to become a member of the Golden Circle and hope you’ll consider a leadership donation to fund a world free of MS. Join the Golden Circle as a member today!
About the Golden Circle
The Golden Circle – committed to the Cause, Care and Cure of multiple sclerosis – is the elite annual gift campaign for the National MS Society recognizing annual gifts of $1,000 or more. This campaign will raise critical funds to:
Accelerate the development of more effective MS treatments.
Search for the cause and cure of the disease.
Expand local programming for people with MS.
Golden Circle members lead by example, making a powerful statement and demonstrating their commitment to the:
Restricting your gift to the Chapter’s Greatest Need enables us to dedicate money where your local community needs it most.
Restricting your gift to Local Programs and Services helps to fund client programs that provide critical knowledge and improve the lives of those with MS to ensure independence and to optimize quality of life.
Restricting your gift to Research supports dedicated researchers who are seeking the cause, treatment and cure for MS.
Since its founding, the Society has committed more than $820 million to find the cause, treatments, and cure for MS. We are currently funding more than $50 million in research projects around the world.
As a member of Golden Circle, you carry on a tradition from the Society’s founder, Sylvia Lawry, who raised $100,000 in 1946 from friends and family members in her community to try to find an answer to the puzzle of this unpredictable disease.
Your Commitment to Join the Movement
When you give to Golden Circle, your gift directly supports the MS community. Please put your compassion to work by ensuring that your name appears among the distinguished Golden Circle individuals, organizations, businesses and civic leaders.
Become a Member of the Golden Circle today!
For more information about the Golden Circle, please contact Shannon Nelson, Manager of Individual Giving, Strategic Philanthropy, at (469)-619-4704, 800-344-4867, or firstname.lastname@example.org