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RECENT NEWS

Celebrate #MySupportHero: Honor Your Support Hero During MS Awareness Month

There are many unsung heroes who provide invaluable support for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). To recognize these support partners, Can Do MS is excited to work with Biogen and other MS organizations on the #MySupportHero initiative during MS Awareness Month. #MySupportHero celebrates those who play such an important role in providing people with MS help, care, laughs, and inspiration when it’s needed most.

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SKI for MS Returns to Squaw Valley

Avon, Colo. (February 28, 2017) – SKI for MS (formerly Vertical Express), a day-long community skiing fundraiser benefitting people with multiple sclerosis, will hit the slopes of Squaw Valley on March 4, 2017. One of nine stops in a nationwide event series, the SKI for MS Squaw Valley event benefits Can Do MS, a national nonprofit organization that delivers health education programs for families with MS. Programs focus on exercise, nutrition, symptom management, and the motivation to thrive in life.

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SKI for MS Vail Raises Over $45,600

Thanks to everyone who participated and donated, SKI for MS Vail brought in $45,672 that will provide critical scholarship support for families with MS. That means that more people will be able to attend our educational health and wellness programs. Thank you!

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SKI for MS Loon Exceeds Goal!

SKI for MS Loon was hands down a successful and inspiring weekend, blowing their fundraising goal out of the water and bringing in $14,065 to help families with MS thrive! Thank you to everyone who volunteered, donated, participated and fundraised! In addition to the scavenger hunt, races, and hootin’ and hollerin’ après party, the adaptive skiing program also very successful and provided a humbling reminder of the physical, emotional, and social superpowers that skiing and that Can Do MS can create, and that a positive attitude and willingness to find a "new normal" can overcome any obstacle.

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