Where Your Money Goes
Programs and services:
$50 will purchase a cane to improve walking ability.
$72 will pay for someone living with MS to have four hours of personal care assisting them with bathing.
$75 will pay for a family to receive counseling when a loved one has just been diagnosed with MS.
$84 will pay for an occupational therapist to evaluate the safety of the home of someone living with MS.
$100 will cover the cost of a walker for someone living with MS that has difficulty walking.
$250 provides three sessions of rehabilitation therapy.
$1,500 can cover the cost of a scooter for someone living with MS.
$2,700 provides 150 hours of homecare assistance.
In 2012 alone, through its national office and 50-state network of chapters, the National MS Society devoted $121.9 million to its programs and services that assisted more than one million people. To move us closer to a world free of MS, the Society also invested $43.3 million to support more than 350 new and on-going research projects around the world.
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