DreaMS of a CURE
PO Box 1982 Dumas, TX 79029
(806)930.5742 (806)922.3005

Category Archives: Fundraising

MS fundraising

The Rewards!

This week I am traveling to Denver, CO to attend the National MS Society Annual Conference. I am fortunate that since I started fundraising in large amounts that I am rewarded this trip each year. The benefits are amazing as I get to attend workshops that help me with my MS and help with my […]

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MS – The Cost of It All

Did you know that researchers are working hard every day to help find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis???  This takes time and funds to make this happen.  Let me give you some figures as found from the National MS Society website: Over $36 million is applied to research annually! It costs on average for ONE MS […]

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It takes many to have a successful fundraiser

Well, it is definitely that time of year again…the time of year where we are gearing up for our big fundraising event.  But this year, we have added a golf tournament.  My husband is a golfer so now 2 things that he loves, we are turning into a great fundraising opportunity.  But, what makes a […]

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dreaMS of a CURE – Yes please!

Multiple Sclerosis comes with its challenges. Heck, in the last year I have had 3 relapses alone. Stress induced I imagine…but anyone who knows me knows that I don’t do things halfway, I go all in but with this disease, that has created some challenges for me. 1st Relapse – lost vision in left eye […]

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Why the Camaro and Mustang in our car show logo?

I have been asked many times why those specific two cars are in our logo. Well, it is because the mustang is my 67 and the Camaro is my husband’s 67. My car I have only owned 2 years, but the Camaro was my husband’s first car when he was in high school. So he […]

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Why do we fundraise?

Because every hour of every day, someone is diagnosed with MS. Because someone is being told that currently there are only medications available that will slow the progression of the disease but not cure it. Because each year it costs an MS patient on average $30k to treat MS and the things that are associated […]

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