Show the World Your Passion
Bring your fundraising vision to life and make an impact for those affected by MS with Do It Yourself Fundraising MS.
Ray Rogener Memorial Golf Tournament
In 2022, Scott Rogener from Elmsford, NY hosted the second annual Ray Rogener Memorial Golf Tournament in honor of his dad, Ray. This event is dedicated every year to Scott’s wife and daughter, who both live with MS. Scott pulls together his entire community to make this event happen – friends, family, and local businesses all contribute to a fabulous day of golf. In the last two years, Scott has raised over $120,000 on behalf of the National MS Society!
Couch Potato Triathlon
Event organizer Brad Mencher and 32 of his closest friends in Duluth, GA go head to head each year in an event called the Couch Potato Triathlon! Each person competes in three bar game events: darts, 8-ball and cornhole. This year’s event takes place on February and is set to raise $8,000, $4,000 in player donations and the organizers of the event generously match those donations.
Surprise Pickle Ball
Jim and Annie Kloss, along with a dedicated planning committee, will host their 4th Annual MS Charity Pickleball Tournament this spring in Surprise, Arizona. Last year’s event attracted over 320 pickleball players from across the Valley, raising record donations of more than $11,000 for the Society through a 3-day raffle, online donations and player entry fee proceeds!
Your Fundraising Changes Lives
548,816 of the estimated 914,000 people with MS in the United States are connected to their National MS Society
Breakthroughs to a Cure
Your funds help support 360 research initiatives to stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever
We partner with Happy the App to provide on-demand, 24/7 emotional support for people affected by MS
First-ever MS DNA Bank
Your funds help support the first-ever MS DNA bank, which ensured that MS was among the first diseases subjected to a genome-wide scan