'Shambassadors' inspire Shamrock programs to be the best they can be
In the weeks surrounding St. Patrick’s Day, all across the country, participating retailers sell green and gold clover-shaped MDA Shamrocks mobiles for $1 and $5.
The immensely popular Shamrocks fundraising program — which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year — has grown in income every single year, even during economic downturns, says Brian Hunter, MDA vice president of business development...
Lock-Ups generate good fun while raising awareness, funds for research and services
Shocking as it seems, some of the most upstanding business people in your community recently may have spent time in jail.
And they may be headed back there too.
They’re not in a real jail, of course, but in a fun jail from which they can’t escape until their “bail” (donations to MDA) is raised.
Throughout the year, MDA Lock-Up events are held around the country, making them the Association’s...
Deadline is Aug. 31, 2011, to nominate 'Community Champions' who have been MDA volunteers or have supported someone with a muscle disease
Do you know an exceptional kid between the age of 6 and 17 who has volunteered for MDA or supported someone with a neuromuscular disease? Here’s your chance to nominate him or her for some well-deserved recognition.
WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and MDA are looking for two Community Champions this summer: young people who have demonstrated “exceptional commitment” to supporting MDA or who...
MDA has just ended one of the most difficult economic years in the history of our organization. But thanks to our many devoted sponsors, supporters, families and researchers, we’re weathering the storm and looking forward to better times ahead.
A corporate culture with community service 'DNA'
A quarter-century ago, one of the most successful programs in corporate philanthropy — MDA’s Aisles of Smiles — got its start.
Letters to Quest: A former MDA summer camper shares her memories ** Readers respond to articles about exercise, public transit, travel problems, caring touch ** Selfless fire fighters help a Virginia man ** A reader asks about overusing hand muscles while playing video games, and MDA Medical Director Valerie Cwik responds.
At the end of the 21½-hour marathon show at the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa in Las Vegas, there were several very tired co-hosts and one very tired star, but all were wreathed in smiles.