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Composed of fundraising teams located in multiple markets, national teams raised over $10.8 million in 2014 to fund critical research, programs and services to help people living with MS and their families.
Motivated by a committed national team captain and a world free of MS, national teams are provided with a dedicated Society liaison, web page, and a suite of resources and tools to help maximize fundraising results and revenue.
Learn more about National Teams and see a full list of our current National Teams here.
Please reach out to our National Teams contact, Julie Stone Hurley (Julie.Stone.Hurley@nmss.org), to learn how your company can help make a difference in the lives of people affected by MS while benefiting from the employee engagement and camaraderie fostered through national teams.
Learn more about building your National Team with these helpful resources.
Rollin' With The Homies likes to have fun and make a difference! The team first formed in Oklahoma for Bike MS and grew tremendously in their first three years. After four years of having a successful team, the passion for Bike MS couldn't be contained in Oklahoma, and team captain Matt Taylor's family began a Michigan Rollin' With The Homies, riding in their local Bike MS ride. As often happens, family moved to different places, and Matt's brother brought the Homies to Kansas. In three years, Rollin' With The Homies started three new teams each in a different state. What's the key to their success? Taylor says, "We are very relaxed but very organized when it comes to having a weekly training ride to help new riders prepare. What makes the team successful is the camaraderie we have among our team members. We truly enjoy fundraising and riding to raise awareness!"
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