On Giving Tuesday, help kids and adults with muscular
dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases.
MDA is closer than ever to finding treatments and cures — and thousands of children and adults and the families who love them are counting on us to find research breakthroughs across diseases.
But, we can’t do it without you. We need your support as we fight to give individuals — and the families who love them — strength, independence and life.
Every gift made before December 31 can be matched — dollar for dollar — up to a total of $125,000, thanks to the MDA Board of Directors.
Here are some giving options to consider on Giving Tuesday and all throughout the year:
|Give a gift|
|Make your loved ones smile this holiday season by making a donation in their names. After you complete the donation, you can send e-cards to tell them that the gift will bring strength, independence and life to kids and adults living with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that severely weaken muscle strength and mobility.|
|Ask your friends to give|
|Don’t want another ugly tie or sweater? We’ve got you covered! Ask your friends and family to donate to support neuromuscular disease research and support services, or turn your favorite holiday activity (such as caroling or cookie swaps) into a fundraiser. It’s Your Way for MDA.|
|Give your time|
|There are several ways to donate your time and talent to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. You can volunteer in a local office, help at community events or volunteer from home.|
When you give to MDA on Giving Tuesday — or any day throughout the year — you’re giving the gift of freedom to kids and adults with muscle-debilitating diseases. The freedom to walk, talk, run, play, laugh, hug, eat and even breathe.
Thank you for all you do to support MDA families in hometowns across America!
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