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Partners in crime
Shemar Moore, from the hit series “Criminal Minds,” talks about the starring role that his mom—who lives with MS— plays in his life.
A personal stamp
Three generations of a family affected by MS use their passion to raise money for MS research.
How to make connections
Every voice counts. Amplify the impact of your MS advocacy by making connections with members of your community.
Race to join the movement
Finish MS lets competitors in any endurance event raise funds for Society programs and research.
Turning adversity into advocacy
Dr. Seth Morgan, a retired physician with MS, uses his time and talents to help others—and himself.
Tyler Campbell: Going for the tackle
Football star Tyler Campbell huddles with his famous father Earl to defeat MS. Both father and son are ambassadors for the National MS Society today.
DIY Haunted Garage raises money for MS
Charline Werts and Keith Allen opened up their DIY haunted garage to people looking to be spooked. The couple donates any money raised to the National MS Society.
Generosity on aisle 3
At a group of grocery stores in western Washington, multiple sclerosis has been front and center for years.
Meet Society board member: Peter Porrino
Peter Porrino started volunteering at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society after his wife’s MS diagnosis.
Meet Society board member: Dana Foote
When Dana Foote first joined the board, she had one goal in mind: finding a cure.
Meet Society board member: Bonnie Higgins
Due to endless hours of volunteering, Bonnie Higgins earned a spot in the Society’s Volunteer Hall of Fame.
Meet Society board member: Caroline Whitacre
Caroline Whitacre volunteers her time and offers her scientific expertise on the Society’s national board of directors.