MS Walk

Milton-Halton Hills

Team picture from 2013
Team picture from 2013

MS Lynns

Did you know - Canada has the highest rate of Multiple Sclerosis in the world! After Samanthas' diagnosis 15 years ago, ourfamily and friends formed a team and started participating in the MS Supercities Walk. We haven't missed a year, and considered not fundraising during this pandemic as its difficult times for many. However, just like many organizations, charities are also struggling, and at a time when those who rely on them, need their support more than ever. Please support myself, or our team, in our fundraising efforts - every dollar has impact to support research and funding to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis.

Some quick facts about Multiple Sclerosis:

MS is an auto-immune disease of the central nervous system and can affect balance, mobility, memory, cognitive functioning, vision, hearing, and mental health to name a few - it’s symptoms are different for every individual and often are not visible
Symptoms may come and go, stabilize or improve. One set of symptoms may be replaced by another. During periods of remission, it may seem as though the person with MS has no illness at all.
Canada has the highest rate of MS in the world - An estimated 100,000 Canadians live with the disease
Up to 60% of Canadians with MS are unemployed

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