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You Can Be a MSF Ambassador

3/23/2009

 

The most important tool in raising MS awareness year-round may be...you.

This March, the MSF is seeking eight people from around the country who are ready to be leaders in the MS community. By sharing your MS story, advocating for your MS-related cause and raising awareness in your community about the services the MSF provides, you can help improve the lives of other people with the condition.

Those who are chosen as volunteer MS Ambassadors will receive leadership training through the MSF, and one will have the opportunity to tape a public service announcement about MS.

For more information, or to apply, please see the winter edition of MSFocus, or click here.



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