As a part of our efforts to achieve our vision of a world free of multiple sclerosis, the National MS Society - Indiana State Chapter provides a wide range of educational, advocacy, support and financial assistance programs, impacting an estimated 54,000 Hoosiers.
In an effort to more effectively reach those affected by MS, as well as expand our presence in the community, the Indiana State Chapter is looking to build strategic partnerships with leading corporate partners that go beyond event sponsorship. We are looking to inspire individuals, engaging them in their community and our cause.
The following corporations are true champions for our movement, allowing our organization to leverage the resources provided through partnership, raise awareness about MS, educate the general public and impact the Hoosier community, all while working to achieve our vision of a world free of multiple sclerosis.
A heartfelt thanks goes out the following Corporate Champions, who support the Indiana State Chapter through monetary and in-kind donations totally $20,000 or more this year.
Albert’s Diamond Jewelers is a treasured Chicagoland jewelry shopping destination. Established in 1905, Albert’s has grown from a tiny storefront in East Chicago, Indiana to one of the largest and most successful family-owned jewelers in the entire country.
Albert’s has strong ties to many local charities, but no cause is dearer to our hearts than the fight against multiple sclerosis. Donna Halpern, wife of Fred Halpern and mother to Joshua, has battled MS for decades. Albert's Diamond Jewelers is proud to partner with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Indiana State Chapter to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.
To learn more visit www.albertsjewelers.com.
Marsh Supermarkets prides itself on community involvement. From the thirty-one year title sponsorship of Marsh Symphony on the Prairie to providing healthy snacks to local sports teams, Marsh works to support and improve the communities where we do business.
To learn more visit www.marsh.net.
To learn more about becoming a Corporate Champion, please contact Christine Traina at (317) 870-2501 or email her.