A Cure for MS Is So Close
If you are ready to make a donation and don’t wish to read my request, please click on the below Link:
Once on my participant page click on “Donate to Frank” which you will see above the barometer, top left of page in orange text.
If you prefer you may mail your donation to me and I’ll submitt to the NMSS for you:
11174 E Nebo Hill Road
Nevada, MO 64772
Make Check payable to: National MS Society and on the memo line of your check insert my name.
This will be my 9th year to participate in a Multiple Sclerosis (MS)-150 Bike ride to find a cure as well as provide treatment and therapies for MS victims. During that time, my bicycle, “Spirit”, and I have peddled over 15,000 miles through many spectacular cities and states in the USA for the MS Society. For 2012 I biked the length of the Mississippi River from the headwaters at Lake Itasca, MN to the Gulf of Mexico in LA. The generosity of family, friends and many folks I met on the ride we raised more than $4,000.00, a little short of my goal but still we did well. Unfortunately, finding a cure has eluded researchers but they are closer than ever and I have faith with your continued support MS will be history. Just as we’ve seen the eradication of polio back in the fifties our loved ones will be saved from this ravaging disease with your donation.
My fundraising goal for 2013 is to raise $6,000 and your support is vital to accomplishing this goal.
This “Old Guy” will keep pedaling for a cure. Your Donations will make it possible for me to report in the not to distant future there is a cure for MS. But that won’t happen without your generous donations.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) is the major source for funding the research for a cure. This past year the organization devoted $40 million to support 325 new and ongoing research projects around the world. While the Society is desperately searching for a cure, they continue to provide services to more than a million people with MS annually. These are your donation dollars at work.
Always, the “Old Guy on a Bicycle” riding for a cure,