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FUNDRAISING 101

How your fundraising helps

Your efforts help support the many programs and services provided by the National MS Society, as well as fund critical research to STOP MS in its tracks, RESTORE lost function and END MS forever. Learn more about the National MS Society.

Getting started

Walk MS participants raise an average of $250, but they don’t do it alone. There are many resources to help aid your fundraising efforts. From basic fundraising ideas to how to use social media, we're here for you every step of the way. Click here for fundraising ideas, and don't forget to log in to your Participant Center (upper right corner) to set up your personal Web page, send emails to potential donors, track progress and more.

Do you have questions about fundraising, using your Participant Center or event information? Please call our Fundraising Support Center at 855-372-1331 for assistance. 

Go mobile with the Walk MS app!

Manage and share your Walk MS experience on the go with the Walk MS mobile app!  

  • Send donation, recruitment, and thank-you emails to your friends
  • Request donations through Facebook
  • Track your progress; keep up-to-date on event information
  • Get up-to-date on event information
  • Update your personal page

If you're registered for Walk MS, download the app today!

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Where to send donations

Walk MS may be over, but there's still time to fundraise. Additional donations can be sent with a deposit slip to the chapter office (National MS Society, Upper Midwest Chapter, 200 12th Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55415), or you can use the envelope we’ll soon be sending you with a thank you for all your support. Don’t send cash. Please make checks payable to the National MS Society, and write your name and Walk MS on the memo line.


 

THANK YOU TO OUR NATIONAL SPONSORS

National MS Society - Upper Midwest Chapter
Upper Midwest Chapter offices
800-582-5296 ; specialevents@MSsociety.org

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