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The National MS Society works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in Texas and raise funds for critical MS research. Join the movement toward a world free of MS.

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  1. Fundraising Events

    Voluneer Leadership Team Member (BP MS 150)

    Position Overview

    Volunteer Leadership Team (VLT) Members will serve as volunteer group leaders and/or event area volunteer coordinators, creating a working infrastructure during BP MS 150 event weekend.

    Melanie Riall
    713-394-2941
    Email
  2. Volunteerism

    2014-2015 Walk MS: Sugarland Steering Committee Member

    Steering Committee Members work with event staff and fellow committee members to plan event logistics; promote participation, volunteerism, and fundraising by individuals, teams, and businesses alike; and serve as event ambassadors by promoting the event in their community.

    Cammy Hazim
    713-394-2955
    Email
  3. Volunteerism

    2014-2015 Walk MS: Kemah Steering Committee Member

    Steering Committee Members work with event staff and fellow committee members to plan event logistics; promote participation, volunteerism, and fundraising by individuals, teams, and businesses alike; and serve as event ambassadors by promoting the event in their community.

    Lisa Shaw
    713-394-2902
    Email
  4. Volunteerism

    Accounting Department Volunteer - Houston Area

    The Accounting Department Volunteer is responsible for providing secretarial, clerical and administrative support in order to ensure that the National MS Society Accounts Payable department serves their inside and outside customers in an effective and efficient manner.

    Melanie Riall
    713-394-2900
    Email
  5. Volunteerism

    Walk MS: Waco - Sponsorship Committee

    The position of Sponsorship Committee Member serves as an advocate for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to support fundraising for WalkMS 2014.

    Kimilee Gould
    469-619-4706
    Email
  6. Volunteerism

    Receptionist, Houston

    Qualifications:  Knowledge and well-proven skills in organization and customer service.  Must possess a positive attitude toward all concerned parties and communicate effectively.

    Duties:

    • Professionally administer all incoming calls.
    • Ensure phone calls are redirected accordingly.
    • Greet and assist clients, volunteers and other guests in a professional, friendly, hospitable manner.
    • Distribute literature and provide information on Multiple Sclerosis.
    • Open and close visitor area (locking doors, closing blinds, turning off lights).

     

    Melanie Riall
    713-394-2941
    Email
  7. Volunteerism

    MS Ambassador - San Antonio Area

    Overview:

    Serve as the “face” of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society by helping spread awareness, educating the public and keeping the community aware of our vital mission year round.

    Lee Kilborn
    469-619-4703
    Email
  8. Volunteerism

    MS Ambassador - North Texas

    Overview:

    Serve as the “face” of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society by helping spread awareness, educating the public and keeping the community aware of our vital mission year round.

    Lee Kilborn
    469-619-4703
    Email
  9. Volunteerism

    MS Ambassador - Midland Area

    Overview:

    Serve as the “face” of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society by helping spread awareness, educating the public and keeping the community aware of our vital mission year round.

    Melaine Riall
    713-394-2941
    Email
  10. Volunteerism

    MS Ambassador - Lubbock Area

    Overview:

    Serve as the “face” of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society by helping spread awareness, educating the public and keeping the community aware of our vital mission year round.

    Lee Kilborn
    469-619-4703
    Email
  11. Volunteerism

    MS Ambassador - Austin Area

    Overview:

    Serve as the “face” of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society by helping spread awareness, educating the public and keeping the community aware of our vital mission year round.

    Melaine Riall
    712-394-2941
    Email
  12. Volunteerism

    Volunteer Wellness Partnership Cultivator

    Overview:

    Wellness is a dynamic state of physical, emotional, cognitive, spiritual and social well-being that can be achieved even in the presence of a chronic illness or disability. The South Central Region makes wellness programs available through a variety of approaches. This volunteer role is a unique opportunity to work with the Society staff to lead efforts to create new wellness opportunities, by connecting to community wellness instructors and/or community based wellness organizations.
     

    Lissa Giacco
    713-394-2928 or 800-323-4873
    Email
  13. Marketing & Communications

    Contributing Writer: MS Connection

    Overview:

    As a contributing writer, volunteers will be responsible for gathering and organizing information from event constituents, volunteers and people living with multiple sclerosis and writing articles for MSConnection magazine. MSConnection is distributed throughout the South Central Region quarterly and available online.

    Lee Kilborn
    (469) 619-4703
    Email
  14. Advocacy

    Client Relations Specialist

    Overview:

    The Client Relations Specialist will serve as an early point of contact for people newly diagnosed with MS, welcoming them to the National MS Society and helping to determine their needs.

    Mary Deschler
    210-694-3223
    Email

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