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MS doesn't stop and neither will we..
Donate now to ensure we can meet the urgent and expanding needs of the MS community and our organization during this critical time. No act of generosity is too small to make a difference.
Nearly 75% of all people diagnosed with MS are women. Women Against MS (WAMS) is a nationwide education fundraising campaign that creates an inspiring and powerful, motivational environment.
The Arizona-New Mexico market provides programs and services that directly assist and empower those with MS. For thousands of people with MS, these things mean the difference between living a full and active life and just existing.
Join us as we gather to learn more about MS and the women it impacts, as we celebrate the strength and grace of women with MS.
We are honored to welcome this year's keynote speaker, Lydia Emily. A prolific and dynamic international artist, Lydia Emily's work has been featured at gallery shows in Milan, Berlin, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Washington DC, and San Francisco. She battled cancer in 2010, only to be diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2012. She later became a spokesperson for the MS Society sharing the story of her diagnosis and struggle with MS and her message of hope for others suffering from the disease. She shares this message in her art, creating four bright, inspiring murals in Los Angeles, CA; Houston, TX; Portland, OR; and Louisville, KY. She plans to continue painting the hopeful murals for M.S. chapters around the globe.
COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Thank you for your generous support. We are excited to celebrate with you safely at the 2021 Women Against MS Luncheon at Arizona Biltmore on September 17, 2021. We've planned every detail of this event with the health and safety of our attendees, volunteers, and staff as our highest priority. Safety protocols are in place that follow current guidance from the CDC, as well as state, city and other local agencies. This includes mandatory face coverings, regardless of vaccination status, reduced touchpoints to minimize physical interactions, and adhering to capacity limits of the venue. Please note that plans may be altered as the event day approaches to ensure your safety. We will provide additional information as it becomes available. Please click here for more of what to expect at the event.
Now, more than ever, people affected by MS rely on critical information, support, and connection to remain strong and resilient throughout this crisis and beyond. Dedicated supporters help the Society respond to the urgent and expanding needs of our community and our organization.