Cause Spotlight: National Multiple Sclerosis Society MidAmerica Chapter

The goal of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society MidAmerica Chapter is to find a cure for MS. The research the National Multiple Sclerosis Society funds has been the catalyst for every major advance in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis.

“We serve people impacted by MS across the state and country with the resources they need to live their best lives and drive toward ending MS forever,” said Ian Kimmer, Executive Director of National MS Society MidAmerica Chapter.

As a charter cause on the Proseeds platform, the National MS Society MidAmerica Chapter has always seen how Proseeds can help them towards their mission. “The Omaha community is a tremendously philanthropic community. [Proseeds] is a great way to be involved every day in a cause you believe in while also thanking businesses for supporting a better world.”

On May 20, 2017, the National MS Society MidAmerica Chapter will hold their annual ‘Walk MS’ event at Werner Park. Each year, 300,000 people participate in Walk MS events to help people affected by MS have access to more life-changing services. You can register as a walker, a virtual walker, or a volunteer for the event here.

You can sign up and support National Multiple Sclerosis Society MidAmerica Chapter on Proseeds. Sign up for free by selecting your favorite causes and linking your existing credit or debit cards. Then, every time you visit a participating business, they will donate 5% of your purchase back to support your favorite causes – at no extra cost to you. See National Multiple Sclerosis Society MidAmerica Chapter’s Proseeds homepage here: https://www.giveproseeds.com/msmidamerica

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