NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY - grant for a clinical study by the Occupational Therapy Department.
UCLA-MS ACHIEVEMENT CENTER - grant to be used to subsidize the fees charged to MS patients, at their clinic, who show financial need.
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY - endowed funds to be used to subsidize the fees charged to MS patients, at their clinic, who show financial need.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON - endowed funds to help underwrite the costs of home visits to MS patients by MS professionals.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY, WEIL MEDICAL COLLEGE - endowed funds to be used for scholarships dealing with Cell Biology and Genetics.
BRIGHAM WOMENS HOSPITAL - endowed funds to be used to subsidize the fees charged to MS patients, at their hospital, who show financial need.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO - Funds to subsidize fees charged to MS patients.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS HELPING HANDS FOUNDATION - funds to support MSHH's Donor Closet program.
NORTHRIDGE MS CENTER - Unrestricted nursing grant.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE SERVICE (MS-EAS) - outreach grant to provide emergency assistance for MS patients.
STEVENS POINT AREA YMCA - grant for an aquatic exercise program for MS patients.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR - funds to subsidize the fees charged to patients at UM's Health Systems MS Clinic.
CHEMUNG VALLEY MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS ASSOCIATION - funds to underwrite the cost of printing and mailing CVMSA's newsletter.
INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN PERFORMANCE - funds to subsidize fees charged to MS patients for the Vitality MS Aquatics program.
ACAC FITNESS & WELLNESS CENTER - outreach grant for exercise programs tailored to MS patients.
AFRICAN AMERICANS LIVING WITH MS - outreach grant for emergency assistance to MS patients.
CITY OF DAYTONA BEACH, FL - grant to help underwrite the cost of Tai Chi program for MS patients.
DAYTONA BEACH COMMUNITY COLLEGE - grant to help underwrite the cost of MS Aquatics program.
CEDARS SINAI MS CENTER, LOS ANGELES, CA - unrestricted grant for patient materials.
FAIRVIEW MS ACHIEVEMENT CENTER, ST. PAUL, MN - unrestricted operational grant.
UNIVERSITY NEUROLOGY, WADELL MS CENTER, CINCINNATI, OH - grant to purchase medical equipment.
LOS AMIGOS RESEARCH FUND, DOWNEY, CA - unrestricted grant for nurses' educational program.
US AGAINST MS, TIMONIUM, MD - MS Day Program endowment.
MS-EAS, CINCINNATI, OH - unrestricted grant for emergency assistance program.
BLUE RIDGE ASSISTANCE DOGS, MANASSAS, VA - unrestricted grant for assistance dogs for MS patients.
ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, BRONX, NY - research fellowship grant.
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, BURLINGTON, VT - unrestricted grant for equipment.
MS COMPREHENSIVE CENTER, HOLY NAME HOSPITAL, TEANECK, NJ - unrestricted research grant.
University of California, San Francisco – grant to be used for patient programs and home visits.
MS Quality of Life Project, Monterey, CA. - grant to be used for Case Management Program and supportive therapy for those with MS.
Georgia Health Sciences University Foundation Inc., Augusta, GA. - grant used to support psychological services to the Augusta MS Center.
James Q. Miller Consultative MS Clinic, Charlottesville, VA. – grant used for the MS Center’s Model to Telemedicine and in-clinic services to indigent and insured MS patients.
University of Chicago, IL. – grant used to support Research Assistant’s Fee.
Shepherd Center Foundation, Atlanta, GA. – grant to be used for a call center nurse.
Louisville Comprehensive Care MS Center, Louisville, KY. - grant to be used for Mental Health and Case Manager salary.
Common Ground Outdoor Adventures, Logan, UT. – grant to be used for destination trips for those with MS.
Mid American MS Achievement Center, Kansas City, MO. – grant to be used towards the Progressive MS Clinic’s General Support and Therapy Program.
Rocky Mountain MS Center, Engelwood, CO. - grant to help support the Day Care Program for those with Progressive MS and the King Adult Day Enrichment Program.
University of Washington, Seattle, WA. – grant to be used towards assistive technology.
BRIGHTER TOMORROW GRANT - This grant, of up to $1,000.00 per each selected applicant, is for people who have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. The funds are dedicated to the purchase of items or services that will improve the quality of life for the recipients and help them to have A Brighter Tomorrow.™ To qualify, applicants must have been diagnosed with MS, at least 18 years of age, and have no other means of fulfilling the need they express. Applicants are asked to provide basic personal and financial information, and to write a brief essay of 100 words or less to describe how the grant would be used to help them have A Brighter Tomorrow.™ For information on the Brighter Tomorrow grant, click here.