Daniel Gallivan via Crowdrise
November 24, 2015
BENEFITING: The Multiple System Atrophy Coalition
ORGANIZER: The Multiple System Atrophy Coalition
The Multiple System Atrophy Coalition
Dear Family, Friends, and all willing to help raise research dollars to fight MSA.
This holiday season you can make a difference.
On Tuesday December 1, 2015 through Thursday January 7, 2016, all donations to the MSA Coalition up to $150,000 will be matched. It is a perfect opportunity to have your donation doubled. Seriously, please think about donating this holiday season.
You all helped make my Fundraiser a real success last year. We were pleased in raising $3750. Through matching funds with your help again we can raise $7500 just by sending in the same dollar donation you made last year.
Right now approximately 13,000 Americans and countless more people around the world are fighting a rare and terminal disease called multiple system atrophy (MSA.) The disease strikes people in the middle ages of life. It slowly and progressively takes away our abilities to walk, talk, swallow, and breathe. It takes away loved ones, spouses, parents, grandparents , friends, and coworkers. While it takes many things from patients including their abilty to work and be productive, and ultimately life itself, but what MSA can't take (#MSACantTake) is the humor, love, hope and will to fight of MSA patients and their families.
It is a horrible disease and it cannot be defeated alone. Your help is urgently needed!
This holiday season please support The Multiple System Atrophy Coalition, a 501c3 dedicated to better awareness, education, patient resources, and most importantly finding a cure for MSA.
The MSA Coalition has stated for the remainder of 2015 100% of every donation received will go directly into our MSA Research Fund. Over the past two years we have funded 17 research grants totaling $700,000. Your donations and fundraising efforts will allow us to continue funding this very important research.
Dan Gallivan , Raising Dollars for Research, Fight MSA
The Multiple System Atrophy