To help provide hope for people to better live with MS "today".
To educate those living with MS about the importance of working with a doctor to help manage MS.
To encourage individuals living with MS to seek appropriate treatment.
To fund research seeking a cure for the disease.
Educate individuals on how to better live with MS "today".
It is my ultimate hope that with fundraising and continued research, one day we will live in a world free of MS, where no one will have to hear the words "You have MS" and fear what that means.
Missy woke up blind one morning, but went out to feed her horses before calling an ambulance to take her to the hospital an hour away. She was diagnosed with MS at 30 years old.
I still had some doubts until the spinal tap showed results that solidified the diagnosis in my mind. I now felt that life was more fragile than it was just ten minutes before. I felt "not perfect"
A firm supporter of the Special Olympics and the MS Society, Stefanie spent whatever free time she could coaching kids and raising awareness for the very disease that instantly changed her life.
Summer of 2007, my 21 year-old daughter Kristen eagerly awaited starting her senior year of college. Things didn’t work out that week as planned.
McCall Teicher is living with MS and helping others. McCall was diagnosed in 1998. Not too long after her diagnosis, she met her husband as a result for her training for the MS150!
Audrey Blank has been living with MS since 2007. She is active in the National MS Society and has a Bike MS, Walk MS, Muck Fest MS National Team. Collectively her teams have raised over $500K for MS.
For Alexandra Levin, being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) at a young age did nothing to thwart her desire to tackle some of the biggest natural obstacles in the world: mountains.
Let me tell you about my journey with MS, how MS has helped to change my life in so many ways, and how the National MS Society has been a big part of that.
Grace was diagnosed at the young age of 12, she’s been living with MS for two years with the help of medications. Her positive attitude and zest for life despite her circumstances is inspiring!