on the move luncheon benefiting the national multiple sclerosis society

image via nationalmssociety.org click image to purchase a table or individual tickets

image via nationalmssociety.org
click image to purchase a table or individual tickets

Recently, I attended an intimate cocktail hour event – to gear up for the National Multiple Sclerosis On the Move Luncheon – where I met Leah Weatheri, National MS Society Vice President and several other ladies living amazing lives while battling multiple sclerosis.

Each of the ladies shared a little with me about their diagnosis, treatment and expressed that MS can happen to anyone and that we [the public] need more awareness – education and understanding.

Join the National MS Society for the National Multiple Sclerosis On the Move Luncheon featuring Keynote Speaker, Country Music Artist and MS Advocate, Julie Roberts, on Friday, October 10th from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas.

On the Move is a nationwide program created to raise funds and awareness for multiple sclerosis. Each year, On the Move luncheons bring the community together to encourage people to give from the heart to support their family members, friends and colleagues whose lives are touched by MS and educate communities about multiple sclerosis.

This year’s event will feature lunch, dessert, entertainment, inspirational speakers, prize drawings and surprise bags for purchase. If you are not able to attend the event, you can make a donation of any amount online, here.

Before the event, please take a moment to visit The National MS Society website to learn more about what MS is, who is most likely to be diagnosed with MS and much more.

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