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A celebration benefitting the Northern California Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

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Dinner of Champions 2009
The Board of Trustees of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Northern California Chapter, invites you to join us at the Dinner of Champions.

Paul Otellini, President & CEO, Intel Corporation,
with the prestigious Hope Award
The Fillmore and Barbara Marks Family,
with the MS Achievement Award


Event Details
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
The Westin St. Francis, San Francisco, CA

Cocktail reception: 6:00pm
Dinner and program: 7:00pm

Business attire

In addition to honoring the community achievements of Paul Otellini and the Marks family, Dinner of Champion guests will have the opportunity to support a cutting edge Adaptive Technology Program designed to help people with MS maintain their independence and stay connected to their communities and the world.

To view an Adobe Acrobat PDF version of our invitation, please click here.


If you would like to attend the Dinner of Champions, please fill out the following form. One of our staff members will contact you to obtain additional information for registration.

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Or print out the reply card and mail it to:

 National MS Society
 Attn: Dinner of Champions
 1700 Owens Street, Suite 190
 San Francisco, CA 94158


Directions, Maps, and Parking Information
Coming soon!


Contact Us
Toll free: 800.344.4867
Local: 415.230.6678

Linnea Nasman, Coordinator for Development and Advocacy
Linnea.Nasman@nmss.org or 415-230-6678 x2013

Sam McIlraith, Director of Development
Sam.Mcilraith@nmss.org or 415-230-6678 x2024


About the MS Society
Movement is all around us, our bodies and minds in constant motion, connecting with and expressing ourselves to the world. It is so much of who we are, it’s easy to take movement for granted.

Multiple sclerosis stops people from moving.
Every hour of every day someone is diagnosed with MS.

The National MS Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about MS now—to move together toward a world free of multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis affects 2.5 million people worldwide. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, established in 1946, supports more MS research, offers more services for people with MS, provides more professional education programs and furthers more MS advocacy efforts than any other MS organization in the world. 

MS stops people from moving.
We exist to make sure it doesn’t.