Where we walk looks different this year without holding in person events. Why we walk remains the same: a celebration of the resiliency and strength of the MS community. Volunteers are the backbone of our events and essential to our success. Committee members are integral to the planning, execution, and success of Walk MS.
The goal of the Walk MS Boulder/Windsor Committee is to create awareness, dedication, and excitement for new and returning teams and participants. A committee member should be able to commit to a 1-year term (based on date of joining), attend monthly meetings and contribute up to 3 hours per month.
Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Marketing of event/spreading MS awareness through various avenues (dissemination of materials, tabling events, social media, presentations, networking events, etc.)
Assisting with retention and acquisition of participants/volunteers via phone calls, emails, card writing, brainstorming ideas, etc.
Obtaining sponsors and corporate teams by introducing Society staff to current and future relationships and connections
Qualifications and Expectations:
Attendance at monthly committee meetings (in-person or virtual)
Note: access to a smartphone, tablet or laptop/desktop computer is essential
Have a positive attitude with a willingness to try new things
Willing and able to share ideas and provide feedback
Have the capacity and desire to follow through on commitments
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About National MS Society Colorado-Wyoming Chapter
900 S Broadway 2nd floor, Denver, CO 80209, US
People affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that affects the central nervous system by disrupting the flow of information from the brain to the body. It is an elusive disease with no known cause and no known cure. Symptoms vary from person to person depending on where the central nervous system is affected, making it hard to diagnose. MS generally strikes in the prime of life--ages 20-50, and 73 percent of those diagnosed are women.
* 14,000+ in Colorado and Wyoming are living with MS
The Colorado-Wyoming Chapter contributes research funds each year to the National MS Society's nearly $50 million annual research budget. The Society is the largest private MS research funder in the nation, providing support for 440 research projects worldwide. FDA approved medicines are now available that slow the progression of the disease.
Seeking out and engaging volunteers to the MS cause is at the very core of our business. We have opportunities across Colorado and Wyoming. To find out about opportunities in your area, please visit our website: http://www.nationalmssociety.org/Get-Involved/Volunteer
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We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.