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Forest Park walk raises almost $75,000 for National Multiple Sclerosis Society

1672 days ago From MassLive.com   View Archived Article

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS - SPRINGFIELD =96 More than 600 people raised just under $75000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society during a walk at Forest Park on Sunday. Stepping off at 10 am, walkers of all ages and physical conditions navigated a 3-mile or 6-mile track to ...

Cross country solo bike ride supports National Multiple Sclerosis Society

1675 days ago From Explore Howard County   View Archived Article

HOWARD COUNTY, MARYLAND - By Gwendolyn Glenn (Enlarge) Chris Morris posed for a portrait on the white sand at St. Augustine April 25, the day he finished his cross country solo bike trip to raise funds for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. (Courtesy photo) After spendi ...

Woman won't stop turning her wheels for charity

1675 days ago From Thousand Oaks Acorn   View Archived Article

AGOURA HILLS, CALIFORNIA - Her first two events were seven-day AIDS charity bike rides from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 2000 and 2001. In 2005, she undertook a similar bike journey to benefit an arthritis foundation, raising $17000=97a personal best for Becker. ...

MS walk will raise money for research

1679 days ago From St. Cloud Times   View Archived Article

ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA - The College of St. Benedict junior is a psychology major who hopes to become a marriage and family counselor; the and St. Cloud native will participate in the fundraiser by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Minnesota Chapter. ...

York County teens to bike across US to raise funds for MS research

1679 days ago From Yorkdispatch.com   View Archived Article

YORK, PENNSYLVANIA - The three teens will be cycling across the United States over the summer to raise money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. (Chris Dunn Photo) Three area high school students know the trip will be arduous, but the end result will be worth it ...

Walk benefits Multiple Sclerosis Society

1680 days ago From KAIT   View Archived Article

JONESBORO, ARKANSAS - By Amanda Hanson, Video Journalist - email JONESBORO, AR (KAIT)- Walkers put on the tennis shoes to benefit the Arkansas chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Several teams joined up and came out to the Joe Mack Campbell Athletic Complex Saturda ...

Susman Godfrey’s Cycling Team “Swift Justice” Raises $100,000 to Fight Multiple Sclerosis

1683 days ago From American Banking News   View Archived Article

HOUSTON, TEXAS - Within one hour of crossing the finish line on Sunday afternoon in Austin, Susman announced that Susman Godfrey LLP would make its own donation to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in the amount of $16500. This represents Susman's $1100 hou ...

Lennar's Colonial Heritage Community Residents Raise $4,300 in Walk for Multiple Sclerosis Reseach

1683 days ago From PRLog.Org (press release)   View Archived Article

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA - All funds raised by Lennar's Colonial Heritage Walk MS and raffle will be donated through the Hampton Roads Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and are designated for MS research. =93As a community for active adults, we are trying ...

Photronics matches boy's gift for people with MS

1684 days ago From Connecticut Plus   View Archived Article

STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT - By National MS Society, Connecticut Chapter James Bentley isn't your ... party guests to bring a modest donation for a worthy charity instead of a present. ...

Spotswood community volleys for MS research

1684 days ago From East Brunswick Sentinel   View Archived Article

EAST BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY - The teacher said the funds have been split evenly over the years between the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, a nonprofit organization promoting MS research, advocacy and education, and the Multiple Sclerosis Research Foundation, ...

Raritan Bay FCU helps in fight against MS

1684 days ago From East Brunswick Sentinel   View Archived Article

EAST BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY - SAYREVILLE =97 Raritan Bay Federal Credit Union recently raised over $3000 to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. A team from Raritan Bay FCU walked in this year's annual MS Walk, held April 10 at Babbage Park in North Brunswick. ...

Finding a cure for multiple sclerosis motives cyclists pedaling in the ride

1689 days ago From Ultimate Bellaire   View Archived Article

AUSTIN, TEXAS - The event is a fundraising initiative by the Houston office of the Lonestar Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The BP MS 150 is a two-day event that begins in Houston and ends in Austin. BP is the corporate sponsor for the ride and 1 ...

Susman Godfrey's Cycling Team "Swift Justice" Rides to Fight Multiple Sclerosis

1690 days ago From PR Newswire (press release)   View Archived Article

HOUSTON, TEXAS - Organized by the Lone Star Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the BP MS150 is the largest MS150 ride in the nation with over 12000 riders. This year's BP MS150 is expected to raise over $17000000 to fund research and treatment fo ...

MS Walk expected to raise $2 million

1693 days ago From NorthJersey.com   View Archived Article

HUDSON, NEW JERSEY - The event was one of 14 walks around northern and central New Jersey, including one in West Milford, which were expected to raise more than $2 million for the New Jersey Metro Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. ...

Hundreds hit the pavement to support those with Multiple Sclerosis

1693 days ago From ABC2 News   View Archived Article

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - Hundreds hit the pavement in Towson, brightening up the day in their orange shirts for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's annual 5-k walk. Our own Megan Pringle was the emcee for the event which was one of 10 walks going on around Maryland ...

Hundreds help raise funds for MS Society

1694 days ago From San Angelo Standard Times   View Archived Article

SAN ANGELO, TEXAS - About 250 people, many with family members or friends affected by the disease, gathered there Saturday to walk and raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. More than 1000 people in West Texas have been diagnosed with the disease of the central ...

Clay Community School students walk for charity

1695 days ago From Toledo On The Move   View Archived Article

TOLEDO, OHIO - So, we always do outreach for the community.=94 says Paul Martinez, Clay Community School Staff =93this is one way we can show the students how to be caring to the community.=94 Students were sponsored by raising money through a dollar drive. ...

MS Walk nets $36,000 and still counting

1699 days ago From Rome News Tribune   View Archived Article

ROME, GEORGIA - The walk was Saturday at Berry College and on Monday the Georgia Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society was continuing to receive and count donations. =93It is the community that made this a success,=94 said Woodall, the event coordinator ...

Hundreds walk to fight MS

1701 days ago From News-Leader.com   View Archived Article

SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI - Forty-seven percent of the money raised by the Mid America chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, of which the Ozarks office is part, goes to local programs, and 33 percent goes to research and national programs. Another 16 percent goes ...

Oohs and ooze reign for annual Mud Run MS in Jacksonville

1708 days ago From Florida Times-Union   View Archived Article

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - That came about two-thirds of the way through Saturday's 6.2-mile fundraising run for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's North Florida chapter. Runners approached an obstacle called Over and Unders about two-thirds dirty, but relativel ...

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