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Hike MS Keystone 2017: Locally Powered by Anthem

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We've formed a team for Hike MS because we want to experience a great event and help the National MS Society fund research, advocate for change, and help people with MS. Can we count on your help?

Multiple sclerosis interrupts the flow of information between the brain and the body and stops people from moving. Imagine waking up and not being able to see out of one or both eyes or not being able to stand up and walk. Imagine that your hands and arms are numb and you can’t feel the hug of your child or a nuzzle from your cat or dog. Imagine not being able to keep your job because you can’t keep thoughts straight.

With the help of people like you, the National MS Society can provide resources to drive research for disease management and provide programs and services for people affected by MS.

Please join us! There are so many ways you can help:

  • Join our team as a hike participant
  • Register as a virtual participant
  • Volunteer for Hike MS
  • Make a donation online
  • Send in a check
  • Forward this to everyone you know 
  • Talk to your employer about becoming a sponsor of Hike MS or find out about their matching gift program.

However you help, thank you for joining the movement!


10 Quick Facts You Should Know About MS:

1. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, unpredictable disease of the central nervous system.

2. More than 2.3 million people are affected by MS worldwide.

3. Most people are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50.

4. Women are much more likely to develop MS than men.

5. There is no evidence that MS is directly inherited.

6. It is challenging to diagnose MS.

7. No two people have exactly the same symptoms.

8. MS symptoms can be invisible.

9. The majority of people with MS do not become severely disabled.

10. MS has no cure.

 
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Please send non-cash donations to our secure lock box at:

National MS Society
Hike MS Colorado
PO Box 172685
Denver, CO 80217-2685

*Please be sure to include the Participant's name and team name with your check

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