2017 Finish MS
Challenge yourself to Finish MSGET STARTED

Finish MS is an opportunity for cause-driven athletes to push their own personal limits and challenge themselves physically, while working to create a world free of MS.

By joining Finish MS, you have access to:

An online participant center where you can manage your personal fundraising.

Email tools and templates to send and track emails to family, friends, co-workers or anyone else you would like to ask to support you.

Helpful resources like fundraising with Facebook and mobile apps.

The support of our Finish MS staff throughout your fundraising efforts.

Training plans for popular race distances.

An official Finish MS training shirt and more!

Bring your athletic fundraising vision to life and make an impact for those affected by MS. Show the world your passion. Start fundraising today.

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Do Your Own Thing

Want to do your own thing? Run your first marathon. Climb the nearest mountain. Ride your bike from coast-to-coast. It’s up to you. With Finish MS you choose how — and how far — you will push yourself.

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Society Supported Events

Want to do a Society supported event? We have bib entries into premier events across the county and partnerships with local events. Push your own personal limits while experiencing the strength and camaraderie of the MS movement as we create a world free of MS, together.

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Get Inspired

Race the Sahara
Danielle Furey, a mother, attorney, and person with MS, ran 156 miles in six days across the Sahara desert to help end MS.
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Denali Climb
Mark Churchill climbed Denali for his Aunt who is living with MS — and ultimately raised almost $5,000 for the cause.
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Run to End MS
Inspired by her mother who lives with MS, Ashley Kumlien ran one marathon a day across the U.S. raising awareness and over $56,000 to end MS.
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Fueling Progress

We are the largest private funder of MS research in the world.
 
 
People affected by MS have access to more life-changing services than ever.
 
There are more therapies approved for treating MS – and more in the pipeline – than at any other time in history.