DO IT
YOURSELF
FUNDRAISING

Do It Yourself Fundraising is an opportunity for people with a deep commitment to the MS cause to raise awareness and critical funds for the MS Movement in new and creative ways.

This site includes helpful resources to help you kick off a Do It Yourself activity and learn from others who are hosting their own.

Activities can include golf tournaments, dinner parties, bake sales, endurance events, simply asking your friends, and more!

So get started today, join the movement®, and together we can all help to create a world free of MS!

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The Need for Speed! ( A CURE!)

Donate to Susan!

Mrs. Susan Terry

165 percent of goal achieved.

Goal: $2,000.00
Achieved: $3,290.00

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RAINED OUT!!!! New Date Nov, 16th, 2013, We hope to see you all here!

Multiple Sclerosis affects people in the prime of their lives, between the ages of 20 and 50. Every hour someone is newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. More than 2.5 million people worldwide live with this unpredictable disease. 

Cactus Speedway is a 1/5 mile dirt race track, family owned and operated in Bullard Texas. In 2008 Susan Terry, one of the owners of Cactus Speedway was diagnosed with MS. It has become her desire to raise MS Awareness. 

November 16, 2013 Cactus Speedway will donate a portion of the proceeds and 100% of the sales from T-shirts and MS Awarness wine glasses, as well as 100% of proceeds from a live auction to the MS Society for research. 

Help us now to find a CURE! Come out and enjoy a great night of go-kart, outlaw karts and motorcycle racing or donate here on line. My family has the need for Speed, People with MS have a need for a CURE!

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