Walk MS is a fundraising event that raises valuable funds to support people affected by MS through research, MS education, support, advocacy and services. All walkers 12 years of age and older are asked to raise a minimum of $25 though participants raise an average of $250. There are many resources to help aid your fundraising efforts. From basic fundraising ideas to how to use social media, we are here for you every step of the way. Check out our 100 Fundraising Ideas to get started.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. See below for useful tools and resources.
Please find a list of fundraising resources below to help you achieve fundraising success. If you have any questions about how to use any of the resources, please contact us.
Fundraising letter: Download, customize, print and mail this pre-written letter. Then sit back and watch the donations pour in.
Matching Gifts: Many corporations have a matching gifts program where they will match your gift. These matches can double, triple or even quadruple the amount of your gift. Click here to read about the matching gifts program and check if your or your spouse's employer is a matching gifts company.
Mile markers: Reach out to local businesses you frequent and ask if they would like to purchase mile markers to be placed along the Walk route. This is a great opportunity for companies to advertise while supporting their local community. Click here for tips for selling mile markers.
MS Store: Visit the MS Store for great items to purchase and sell to your friends and family as a fundraiser and help spread awareness about Walk MS.
Pledge Sheet: Download your pledge sheet to track offline pledge and matching gifts. The sheet is available as a XLS document.
Community Events Calendar: Do you have a fundraising event coming up? Click here to post your event on the chapter's Community Events Calendar.
Your Personal Fundraising Page: Did you know that walkers who set up and actively update their personal page can raise on average two to three times more? Click here to watch a short video guide to your personal page.