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Bring your fundraising vision to life and make an impact for those affected by MS with Do It Yourself Fundraising MS.

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From band parties to garage sales, your imagination is the only limit for your DIY fundraiser. Use your creativity to create a world free of MS!

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Athletic Challenges

Calling all athletic types. From running a 5K, to organizing a golf tournament, or hosting a volleyball fundraiser, get started with this DIY fundraiser.

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Stream

Use streaming to raise funds and awareness – whether you play classic video games or share your passions or hobbies like fitness, crafting or art.

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Memorials

Set up a memorial in honor of someone you love (We have tribute pages too).

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Special Occasions

Ask friends and family to forego the traditional birthday or anniversary gift and support your fundraising instead.

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Featured Fundraisers

Cowboy Capital MS Trail Ride

Cowboy Capital MS Trail Ride

The Cowboy Capital MS Trail Ride is an annual horseback riding event in northern Texas that was the first-of-its-kind fundraiser for the MS Society when it began in 1996. Every year, the local community comes together to ride through beautiful trails, enjoy delicious food, and participate in a silent auction. Since its inception, the MS Trail Ride has raised over $210,000 to support people in the South Central chapter whose lives are affected by MS. In 2021, they celebrated their 24th anniversary and raised over $15.6k!

George Mason University Ice Hockey

Over the past 12 years, George Mason University Ice Hockey has run an annual charity game raising almost $200,000, on behalf of various charities. This year they chose the National MS Society as the beneficiary of the event. Mason Ice Hockey has a connection to MS through their close friend and DC sportscaster, Dave Johnson, who has publicly shared about his ongoing battle with this disease. There were activities including a raffle, chuck-a-puck, and a silent auction. In the end the event raised $21,000!

Aaron

Grow Hair. Cut Hair. Donate for Good.

Aaron spent much of the pandemic, over 750 days, growing out his hair while his job transitioned to remote work. Now that he and his fellow employees are heading back to the office, Aaron decided it was time to get a haircut but turn it into an opportunity to raise awareness and funds for MS. He raised over $36,000 on a $5,000 goal.

Your Fundraising Changes Lives

Staying Connected

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

Digital Support

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

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