We mobilize people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society funds more MS research, offers more services to people with MS, provides more professional education programs and advances more MS advocacy efforts than any other MS organization in the world. Through its home office and fifty-state network of chapters, the National MS Society provides assistance to over a million people annually in its continuing mission to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis.
Seeking out and engaging volunteers to the MS cause is at the very core of our business. Each year the Society organizes a series of community events that provide many opportunities for the enthusiastic volunteer. The Society offers three key fundraising activities: The MS Bike Tour, MS Walk and MS Challenge Walk. The Society also engages volunteers to help influence law-makers at the federal, state and municipal levels toward legislation important to people with MS. The Society is looking for passionate volunteers with expertise in areas such as: marketing communications, public relations, corporate and donor development, medical, legal, administrative and organizational expertise.
I have not worked directly with your org but several very admirable people I worked with previously Were very involved in MS volunteering. One of them was personally affected. I don’t have a heartwarming story to offer I can only say that I admire those people and I enjoyed volunteering currently I have some time off as my job was recently eliminated, and I would love to make the most of this time by giving back to the community as much as possible. It is my hope that you will give me a call at 561-706-1510 so we can discuss how I can help you.
by Alexis S. from Pompano Beach, FL
(December 18, 2014)
I, myself, had a lot of fun. The people were nice and we got a lot of work done. I learned more about their organization and upcoming events. It may have just been me, but it was like a race with the way we worked- a competition. Also, although I prepared a few snacks of my own, Denise offered us sandwiches and sweets.