On Sunday, October 12, 2014 I will be running in the 2014 Bank of America Chicago Marathon as a Run to StopMS charity runner. This will be the 5th year for me as an MS charity runner. In the last four years thanks to family friends, and associates TEAM NEIL has raised over $23,000.00.
I am running for my son Neil who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2001 when he was 19 years old and a sophomore in college. Although Neil's life is forever altered by this disease, he remains optimistic that one day medical science will find a cure for him and all who suffer from M.S. Won't you please help by contributing a donation?
The money raised through the Finish MS Marathon,helps to support programs, services, and vital research into the cause(s) of and cure for MS.
I've accepted the challenge to raise $2,000. Your support will help me reach that goal, which in turn will make a difference in the lives of those living with MS.
I hope you will join me and my family as we work to create a world free of MS by making a donation in any amount to my Run MS campaign.
You Can Join the Movement, Too!
Please make a donation to my fundraising campaign today by clicking on "Make a Donation," just below the fundraising goal thermometer.
If you prefer to write a check, please contact me and I will provide my address, or you can mail it to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 525 West Monroe St., Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60661. Please make a note in the memo portion of the check that your donation should be credited to my fundraising efforts -- put my name and "Finish MS" in the check's memo field.
Please feel free to come out race day and support me on the sidelines! It's a great day of fun,endurance andinspiration! Over the next few months, I plan to update this page frequently so supporters can follow my progress -- please visit often. While here, you can learn about multiple sclerosis and meet some of the people who will benefit from the money we raise.
MS Stops people from moving, we exist to make sure it doesn't. This is why I run.