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Leadership Conference Awards

Each year, hundreds of outstanding volunteers and Society staff leaders from across the country join together at the Society Leadership Conference to motivate, inspire, educate, share, network and celebrate outstanding volunteers and donors from across the country.

2015 Lifetime Achievement Award: Jim O’Donnell

Jim O’Donnell will receive one of the highest awards the Society bestows upon volunteers: the Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Jim has supported the Society for more than 30 years, lending his time and talent to move our mission forward in impressive ways. 

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2015 Philanthropic Family of the Year: The Alvord Family

Each year, the Society recognizes one family that has made significant financial contributions to our mission.  This year the Greater Northwest Chapter’s very own Alvord Family was recognized with this extraordinary distinction.  To date, three generations of the family have contributed more than $3 million to support the work of the National MS Society!

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2015 Funding the Mission: Haggen Food & Pharmacy

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Haggen earned their spot in the Volunteer Hall of Fame as a result of their long history of community involvement and philanthropy that has helped those affected by MS.

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2015 Health Professional: Dr. Eugene May

For the second time in six years, Dr. Eugene May was inducted in to the National MS Society’s Volunteer Hall of Fame. While Dr. May was recognized for his contributions to Advocacy in 2009, he was more recently acknowledged for the exceptional care he provides to people with MS when he received the the Health Professional Hall of Fame award.

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2015 Advocacy: Doug Toelle

Doug Toelle, an Alaskan MS Activist, was inducted in to the National MS Society Hall of Fame for Advocacy. Doug is a proactive, persistent advocate who has forged strong relationships with his local, state, and federal legislators. Aside from his role as an MS Activist, he is also a mentor to other activists, a self-help group leader, Walk MS participant, and long-time attendee at the Society’s Public Policy Conference.

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