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Bring your fundraising vision to life and make an impact for those affected by MS with Do It Yourself Fundraising MS.

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From band parties to garage sales, your imagination is the only limit for your DIY fundraiser. Use your creativity to create a world free of MS!

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Athletic Challenges

Calling all athletic types. From running a 5K, to organizing a golf tournament, or hosting a volleyball fundraiser, get started with this DIY fundraiser.

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Use streaming to raise funds and awareness – whether you play classic video games or share your passions or hobbies like fitness, crafting or art.

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Set up a memorial in honor of someone you love (We have tribute pages too).

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Special Occasions

Ask friends and family to forego the traditional birthday or anniversary gift and support your fundraising instead.

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Connect for a Cure

For companies looking for a turnkey fundraising plan, we have just what you need. Join your co-workers for a virtual plan that sets them up for success.

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Featured Fundraisers

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Music 4 MS

Moving forward through the power of music, Music 4 MS is an annual roots music festival in Gibsonia, PA with a goal to help end multiple sclerosis forever. This year’s event  features Nashville’s November Blue and other local artists! Since the event's inception in 2014, over $250,000 has been raised for the National MS Society.

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Bert's Family and Friends

Bert Heitman spent his 26th birthday in the hospital due to vision issues that made everything look like a Ferris wheel. A couple of weeks later, just before his second child was born, he was diagnosed with MS. Nearly 35 years later, Bert continues to stay positive about the advancements in MS research and is supported by a large network of friends and family. Bert is one of seven in a very close-knit family. About 30 years ago, his siblings had the idea to start a group called 'Bert's Family and Friends Fighting MS' and participated in several Walk MS and Bike MS events. In 2002, his family hosted the first Great Crappie Caper at Mark Twain Lake, a family-focused fishing tournament. On May 18-19, 2024, Bert's Family and Friends hosted its 21st Great Crappie Caper, raising $16,000 for the MS Society. While the event has evolved over the years, the intent has remained the same: bring friends and family together to raise money, fish, and have a great time together.

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MS Charity Pickleball Tournament

The sixth annual MS Charity Pickleball Tournament presented by the Surprise Pickleball Association took place in March of this year. Five years ago, Annie and Jim Kloss were celebrating their new marriage when Annie received an MS diagnosis. Avid pickleball players who held their wedding ceremony on a pickleball court, Jim and Annie took on this health challenge by applying their passion for the sport to help others affected by MS in Arizona. The 2024 event raised a record $24,162!

Your Fundraising Changes Lives

Staying Connected

548,816 of the estimated 914,000 people with MS in the United States are connected to their National MS Society

Breakthroughs to a Cure

Your funds help support 360 research initiatives to stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever


The Society has a nationwide MS Navigators program, ensuring all people affected by MS, regardless of location, have access to a supportive partner to overcome everyday challenges

First-ever MS DNA Bank

Your funds help support the first-ever MS DNA bank, which ensured that MS was among the first diseases subjected to a genome-wide scan

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