Do It Yourself (DIY) Fundraising is an opportunity for people with a deep commitment to the MS cause to raise awareness and critical funds for the MS Movement in new and creative ways. From golf and baseball tournaments to galas and motorcycle runs, people in the South Central Region are committed to creating a world free of MS NOW!
To learn more about how you can hold an event to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, please take a look at the following resources: DIY Tool Kit , Off-line Registration Form, Online DIY Tool. For more information, please contact Sharon Ziegler at 432-522-2143 ext. 33402 or by e-mail.
This event was rained out and is re-scheduled to take place: ANOTHER NEW DATE!! Now scheduled for November 16. Cactus Speedway will donate a portion of the proceeds and 100% of the sales from T-shirts and MS Awareness wine glasses, as well as 100% of proceeds from a silent auction to the MS Society for research.
Help us now to find a CURE! Come out and enjoy a great night of go-kart, outlaw karts and motorcycle racing or donate here on line. My family has the need for Speed, People with MS have a need for a CURE!
Is it crazy to run a 5K if you started training less than 3 months before the run? Is it crazy to run a 5K if you had a baby only 4 months before the run? And is it crazy to think that we can find a cure for multiple sclerosis? If so, call me crazy!
I've decided to run in the Color Run 5K in Dallas on November 16th--just over four months after giving birth to my second daughter--and I'm using this crazy idea as an excuse to raise money to find a cure for multiple sclerosis (MS).
Chances are you know someone with MS, although you may not now they have it. My sister was diagnosed with MS several years ago, and she's the reason I'm passionate about finding a cure for this disease.
Please join me in this crazy quest to raise money to find a cure for MS!
About MS: Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system, which interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. More than 400,000 people in the United States have MS, and it affects more women than men, with a ratio of 2:1. MS symptoms can include pain, numbness, dizziness, fatigue, vision problems, and balance problems.