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MS Awareness Week Events
March 2-8 MS Awareness Week!
March 3

MS Awareness Night at Chick-fil-a in Burlington-Kids night

March 4, 2-6pm

Java Jam at Irazu Coffee in Burlington. Live music and more from 2-6pm

March 6: 11:00am-1:00pm

Hitting the Streets in Downtown Greensboro
We will be headquartered at Cheesecakes By Alex on Elm Street.

March 6: 11:00am-1:00pm

Hitting the Streets in Downtown Winston-Salem
We will be headquartered at the Mellow Mushroom on 4th Street.

March 7, 9am-11am Boot Camp for MS: Two hour fitness boot camp
March 7, 2pm-4pm

Zumbathon for MS at the Kernersville YMCA

Tips on what you can do to raise awareness about Multiple Sclerosis

  • Make your mark against MS at nationalmssociety.org.
  • Raise awareness by wearing your orange MS wristband, purchasing orange suckers and passing them out with MS Awareness postcards (postcards available by contacting the office at 299-4136) or post an MS Awareness Poster.  Contact the Chapter if you would like to purchase wristbands for $1. All other items are free.
  • Wear orange throughout the week and encourage family, friends and coworkers to do the same.
  • Become an activist and sign up for the MS Action Network.  You will be sent a MS Action Alert when an important issue or piece of legislation calls for your immediate action.  Visit http://capwiz.com/nmss/mlm/signup/ to sign up!
  • Register for Walk MS or Bike MS.
  • Call some of your friends and organize a 3rd party event to support your local chapter; money raised will go to the chapter for local programs and services and to fund national research initiatives that will help all people living with MS.
  • Volunteer for Operation Stand Still. Curious? Contact Davishia Baldwin at davishia.baldwin@ncc.nmss.org or call 336-299-4136
  • Register for a chapter program: Visit our chapter calendar of events to register.
  • Tell five people it’s MS Awareness Week - ask them to tell five more people.
  • If you are a person with MS, put a face on MS by submitting your story to faceofms.org.
  • Forward the web site address nationalmssociety.org to 10 people in one hour to encourage them to join the movement.
  • Sign up to volunteer through your local chapter.
  • Spend one hour with someone living with MS to better understand what it means to have MS.
  • Visit nationalmssociety.org every day during MS Awareness Week for new tips and ideas.


If you are interested in volunteering please fill out the volunteer registration form or contact Davishia Baldwin at davishia.baldwin@ncc.nmss.org or call 336-299-4136 for more information.

  • Hit the streets of Downtown Greensboro and Winston-Salem to give out MS information
  • Help organize an awareness event in your neighborhood, work, school or group
  • Operation Stand Still. Curious? Contact Davishia to find out more!
  • Give out MS information in outlying counties including downtown High Point and Kernersville