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The $5,000 I raised
helps provide 2-4 educational scholarships to help a person with MS to remain in the workforce
Ms. Colleen Marie Brown
Apple - Carlin Jones Matching Gift
Apple - Gene Levoff Matching Gift
Apple - Joanie Morgado Matching Gift
Apple - Kristal Barnes Matching Gift
Apple - Noreen Krall Matching Gift
Apple - Paul Wiersma Matching Gift
Dawn & Corey Kramer
Dr. & Mrs. Craig/Sherri Johnson
Eric, Ree, Syd & Oz
Kathy Harris & Sandy Medlin
Mary Lou Torre
Matt and Shelbie Wallace
Mr. Arturo Thiele-Sardina
Mr. Bill Chandler
Mr. Douglas Vetter
Mr. Gene Levoff
Mr. Leon Fairley
Mr. PHILIP RAWLINSON
Mrs. Michelle Lee Ladcani
Ms. Bernadette Zacharisen
Ms. Cindy Deibler
Ms. Darlene Andreine
Ms. Doreen D Patterson
Ms. Erica Lee
Ms. Jillian E. Cross
Ms. Kathie Sylvia
Ms. Myra OFerrall
Ms. Rebecca Anderson
Ms. Robyn Sharp
Ms. Sally Kester
Pfizer - Michelle Johnson Matching Gift
Rick & Val Brown
SandyB in NH
Square D - Brian Foster Matching Gift
Your favorite Nurse
Another 3 days, another 50 miles.
When I signed up for my first Challenge Walk 12 years ago, I had no idea what I was getting in to. I knew I had just been given a life changing diagnosis, the future was uncertain to say the least and the last thing I wanted to do was to sit back and let it unfold without doing everything I could to make a difference. So I started walking. Twelve years and countless pairs of shoes/socks later -THANKFULLY I'm still walking.
So here I am again, holding out my hand asking (ok begging) you to do what you can to make a difference.
I'm healthy, and as long as that continues to be the case, I'll continue to do what I can. For now, that means raising mad amounts of money for research and support.
So please, contribute what you can and know that I appreciate each and every dollar.
Why I Walk So Far
I've registered for Challenge Walk MS again because I want to do something for the people who have been diagnosed. Today, there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, and with diagnosis occurring most frequently between the ages of 20 and 50, many individuals face a lifetime filled with unpredictability. Join me in creating a world free of MS.
My Challenge Walk Experience