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There are many other ways to get involved with the MS movement. Consider some of these additional opportunities to help raise funds, create awareness, or donate your time.
 

Join a Fundraising Event

Society fundraising events are a great way to get involved, make connections, and raise critical funds that will help to end multiple sclerosis forever. From Walk MS to Bike MS, Challenge Walk to MuckFest MS, Finish MS to Do It Yourself Fundraising — there is an event for you!

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Corporate Support

Thousands of corporations and local businesses join the movement each year through event sponsorship, grant support for programs and services, in-kind product donations, cause campaigns, employee volunteerism and fundraising teams, and workplace giving.

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Advocate for Change

Join the thousands of MS activists who are helping to turn MS issues into national priorities and calling on public officials to make changes that benefit people living with multiple sclerosis.

Volunteer

The Society is involved in communities across the United States. Join others making a difference in your area by volunteering your time and talents to help stop MS in our lifetime.

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Autos-4-MS

AUTOS-4-MS allows individuals and organizations to donate their unwanted vehicles to help those with multiple sclerosis. We accept cars, trucks, boats, trailers and motorcycles. We also accept recreational vehicles upon inspection. AUTOS-4-MS is a nationwide program and we are able to accept donations in all 50 states. The National MS Society receives 100% of the proceeds from the sale of each vehicle. Don't delay, help drive MS away by donating your vehicle today!

For more information or to make a donation, contact Jim Leedy at 1-877-672-8864 or  autos4ms@nmss.org

Autos-4-MS Success Story:

The Chapter received a special donation to the AUTOS-4-MS vehicle donation campaign. The vehicle was a 2008 Honda Element 4 door utility vehicle that was fully modified for the owner, who required a power chair and hand controls. The Element was recently sold at a local auto auction for over $11,000! The donation and sale of this vehicle was an incredible success since the National MS Society receives 100% of the proceeds from the sale of each donated vehicle!

Support a Program

Donations to the Chapter go to support a wide range of activities, including promising new research, educational programs, direct assistance, support services, and scholarship programs. You can make an outright donation to support general activities, or you can make a restricted gift to support a specific program of interest to you. Listed below are a sampling of programs for which we are currently raising money to support.
 

  • Financial Assistance
  • College Scholarships
  • Research

For more information or to make a gift, please contact:

Delton Hanson
Director of Leadership Events and Individual Giving
delton.hanson@nmss.org
434-465-6035

In Kind Donations

There are many ways to support the National MS Society and help create a world free of MS. You can donate your time. You can donate your treasure. Or you can donate goods and supplies to offset expenses for programs, services, events and office support.

Not sure what to donate? Here are some of our needs:

  • Food and drinks for Walk MS and Bike MS events, Weekend Escape, Kids Camp, and educational programs
  • Digital camera
  • Building supplies for home modifications
  • Hotel rooms, rental cars or gas cards to support staff and volunteer travel throughout the chapter
  • Printing services
  • Advertising

For more information, contact Debbie Cole at 804-591-3043 or debbie.cole@nmss.org.

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