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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.
Sigma Pi's First Annual Outdoor Carnival
Santa Clara University's Sigma Pi fraternity chapter usually plan an annual volleyball tournament as a fundraiser for the National MS Society- this year, they hosted their first annual outdoor carnival! The carnival included various games, including pickup basketball; a water balloon toss, and a silent auction. The event itself combined with the members' personal fundraising goals achieved over $32,000; something that Sigma Pi is incredibly proud of.
The MS River Road Run
The MS River Road Run is a two-day fundraiser where participants ride their motorcycles through some of the most scenic roads along the river valleys of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Since starting in the mid-1980’s, this annual DIY fundraiser has raised over $2.2 million for the Upper Midwest chapter and has helped increase awareness of the great work the Society does for people in the community who are affected by MS. In 2021, the MS RRR crew celebrated their 35th anniversary by riding 180 miles, hosting a dinner and silent auction, and raising over $41.3k!
Longest Day of Golf
In Pennsylvania, Blake Scheider hosts the Longest Day of Golf. Blake started the event to raise funds in memory of his mother Becky who was diagnosed with MS over 50 years ago. Every summer, Blake and his fellow golfers play over 150 holes in 24 hours. 2021 was the 13th annual event and over $70K was raised!
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
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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