March 6, 2014
Fargo area, North Dakota
Join other people who are passionate about the MS movement for a Little Black Dress for MS Luncheon in Fargo, N.D., this winter! The event features a silent auction, motivational speaker and a delicious meal. Women are encouraged to wear a black dress.
Little Black Dress for MS is an opportunity for women (and men) to come together and support the more than 17,000 people who live with MS in the upper Midwest. Did you know multiple sclerosis affects two to three times more women than men? Also, when someone is diagnosed with MS, a woman often becomes the primary caregiver. Come together to honor and recognize all people who stand strong in the face of MS.
The Upper Midwest Chapter serves more than 17,000 people living with MS in North Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota, along with several counties in western Wisconsin and one in Nebraska. Your generosity allows us to provide scholarships, conduct research, drive change through advocacy, fund grants for adaptive equipment or emergency assistance and administer other local programs and services such as support groups, equipment and social services.