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Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA)

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Education & Literacy
  • Health & Medicine
  • People with Disabilities
  • Women

Location

National Headquarters375 Kings Highway NorthCherry Hill, NJ 08034 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) is a leading resource for the entire MS community, improving lives today through vital services and support. Multiple sclerosis is the most common neurological disorder diagnosed in young adults and there is no cure.

Description

At the heart of our mission is a deep concern for everyone affected by MS. Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) always takes a proactive stance in multiple sclerosis care, identifying common care deficiencies, offering life-enhancing solutions, and working tirelessly to extend the reach of our services and programs to nearly 1 million Americans with MS.

If you or someone you know is affected by MS, please either visit www.mymsaa.org to learn more about our programs and services or call our Helpline at (800) 532-7667.

Thank you for your continued interest in volunteering with MSAA and helping the MS community.

Reviews

Would you recommend Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA)?
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by D'Angelo M. from Pembroke Pines, FL (November 11, 2018)
My grandfather has had Ms for over 30 years so this cause is a very significant one in all of ours lives in my family.
by Jordan R. from Cedar Rapids, IA (January 17, 2018)
I have two family members with MS and have donated to the organization before. I believe strongly in the mission of this association and want others to believe in it, too.
by Nathan D. (November 26, 2017)
Because I want others to have as much fun as I will by going to this opportunity
by Ayŋegᄄl K. from SI (October 27, 2017)
I want draw attention to this important issue. I want to support as soon as I can. We all deserve a healthy life. I want to do something when I am healthy today.
by Terrell M. (September 28, 2017)
It's a good thing to doand help people that need it looking forward to learning more about this hoping to #SD 100 class with this volunteer work so please contact me know what else I can do and how else I can help anyone that has to do with the situation thank you very much when it was to women for me
by Richard H. (June 7, 2017)
its an activity to have fun and raise money so im going to recommend this to all my friends to make more people come to the fundraiser
by Jake T. (January 3, 2017)
Multiple sclerosis is a deadly disease that affects the lives of many. My uncle has ALS and I wanted to help spread the word about similar diseases.
by Donna G. from Durham, NC (November 22, 2016)
medical limitations/complications
by morgan t. (October 5, 2016)
i would refer this to a friend or a colleague because this is a great way to meet new people and also to help people
by Katrina L. from Summerville, SC (August 30, 2016)
I want to help by donating my time in raiseing awareness for MSAA and collecting up donations.
by camille s. (August 21, 2016)
It's good to help out organizations that strive for the better of the people and helping to prevent bad things from happening.
by sali S. (May 11, 2016)
any way to give back and help out is a positive step on path to happiness
by Dan L. from West Saint Paul, MN (April 11, 2016)
Seems like a great organization
by Desta P. (December 15, 2015)
As a high school student at Fairfield Central High School, I want to get more involved in the community. I feel it is good to start volunteering at a young age because colleges and career opportunities will view you as a good candidate to join them. I encourage my friends to do the same.
by Richard C. (November 22, 2015)
The MSAA is a great place to spend time advocating for such a group that's commonly overlooked. Creating some sort of awareness itself and the question of, "What is Multiple Sclerosis?" was more than enough for me to see that the work of volunteers matter.
by Sebastian A. (July 24, 2015)
This organization is very flexible. Basically, you swim either individually or for a formed team and you swim! That's it! You swim for a goal or for fun, representing your involvement in helping the MS community. Throughout however long you want, you donate and encourage friends and family members to donate too!
by Maple G. (April 16, 2015)
I just have one question. By posting on social media ten times (for one hour of service credits) will I be able to write that down for an hour of service for my school even though it is virtual? Please respond as soon as possible
by jeanne Marie w. from Great Falls, MT (December 14, 2014)
The times I have been in a place with this sight was great, I only had one thing tht happened baly and htat was I was never contacted back to see if I was still here to help voluteer with the site wiht what i was asked about and that was would I help with the law office at the Court House! I wanted to vey much there are may seniors here in Great Falls that have questions and I could have helped them. Jeanne Marie Wallace
by Amber P. from Surprise, AZ (October 16, 2014)
Everyone should want to change the world for good and this organization allows you to do so.
by ĀMIE N. from Seattle, WA (October 13, 2014)
it was hard for me to find information regarding how to utilize pools that participate with this program
by Jen W. (August 21, 2014)
This association is amazing a finding all different ways people can volunteer, and building awareness around MS.
by Angela T. (August 20, 2014)
The MS Association of America has to be the most heart wrenching, personal, and incredibly inspiring volunteer organization I have ever encountered.
by Lesley M. (August 12, 2014)
I would tell friends/family about this organization because my dad has MS and it would be great to inform the people around him more about it and it would be great to see them get involved in things that have to do more with MS
by Saudah M. (October 3, 2013)
I never done volunteering but i believe no one should suffer or hurt when others aren't. I've been through a lot in my child hood and i believe no one else should. I think this is a great opportunity for anybody or anyone because it teaches you respect and responsibility.You life shouldn't be a suffer. If your hurt try making some else feel better about themselves because one thing might change someone else life.
by courtney s. (September 6, 2013)
I'm good with people and I like to help people.
by Minesia G. from Fayetteville, NC (March 9, 2011)
I was diagnosed with MS about 4 years ago. I would recommend this organization to a friend or colleague.
by Jordan B. (February 21, 2011)
I am a High School student at The G Star School of Motion Picture & Television School of the Arts and I am looking for volunteer hours for Silver Star students. I love to swim and also am good with people. I feel that your organization will be a great opportunity for me to give back to my community and to those who are in need of support.
by Michael N. (February 17, 2011)
My Mother died of this disease shortly after I returned home from Viet Nam in 1970.I am retired and unemployable with back issues but would like to help.
by richard v. (July 5, 2010)
I myself have MS, and as such I am considered "unemployable". I was an "over-the-road" trucker until I was diagnosed with MS in 2000. After that I felt like I had some type of contagious disease. This is due mostly because people don't know or understand MS. Not all MS patients are confined to a wheel chair I feel that people need educated on MS.
by Regina Marie K. from Shoreham, NY (September 6, 2009)
MSAA is a terrific cause and I would recommend it to anyone looking to volunteer.
by Linda S. from Sweet Springs, MO (August 27, 2009)
My best friend and my mother-in-law have this. We are also testing my husband for it. Let's fight for a cure!
by Gigi M. from Clearlake, Ca (March 24, 2009)
Because my Daughter and myself have MS. We need all the help with this disease as possible...
by Malcolm F. from Souderton, PA (March 17, 2009)
MSAA appreciates the interest and support of all of our volunteers - especially during March - National MS Awareness Month.
by David S. from Salesville, AR (February 22, 2009)
My daughter was diagnosed in 1994 and I have personally seen the debilitating effects of this disease. I want to help. David S. Salesville, AR
by Ronald S. from Los Banos, CA (January 30, 2009)
My older brother got this disease and passed away when it finally destroyed his heart.
by Sharelle M. from UT (October 17, 2008)
cause i have ms and this organization helps people like me
by kara r. from Gardendale, AL (June 12, 2008)
I know many people who have interest as well
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