Join the Movement! All kinds of skills are needed. Here you will find opportunities to serve your local Chapter in a variety of ways. From interns to committee members, we need YOUR help, so join us TODAY!
The Philosophy for Volunteerism in the NMSS
Volunteers are integral partners in the fight against multiple sclerosis. Volunteers across the country contribute resources-time, knowledge, skills, and leadership-that infuse the organization with energy and passion that will end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis.
The Vision for Volunteerism in the NMSS
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society strives to be known and respected for excellence in volunteerism among the country’s voluntary health agencies. We see an organization where volunteers work as partners at all levels, and where their contributions are embraced, valued and recognized. Volunteer involvement will be expanded and enhanced through exemplary training programs and tools. Our organization will welcome the diversity that volunteers bring to our work and is committed to providing growth and development for those who choose to contribute their resources.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is enriched by a large network of volunteers who are excited by their work and empowered to achieve the mission of the organization.
We always need help around the office. From stuffing envelopes to answering calls to working in microsoft office, the options are limitless, the only thing we are missing is YOU! Call our chapter office today at 502-451-0014.
Bike MS is a two day ride stretching through the rolling hills of Kentucky and into Bourbon Country. This signature event brings cyclists from around the country who want to do something about MS NOW! If you would like to volunteer please contact Jerika Amos at 502-526-4031.
Walk MS is our Chapter's grassroots event. With walks taking place in eight different cities around Kentucky, it's a great opportunity to help us create a world free of MS. If you would like to volunteer for Walk MS please contact Mary Carabella at 502-526-5303.