At 22, when I graduated from college, I, like so many of my fellow millennials, moved back home. I spent two transitional years in the room where I’d grown up, unicorn wallpaper still casting magic above the bed, and then, one weekend, I packed my clothes and moved out. I’d lived alone in my college . . .
On May 11, your daily cup of coffee can boost more than your energy — it can also bolster MDA’s quest to end ALS. For 12 years, Dutch Bros. Coffee has supported MDA through Drink One for Dane Day, a fundraiser launched in 2007 in honor of Dutch Bros. co-founder Dane Boersma, who was diagnosed . . .
Ches Hutchinson began his MDA volunteer journey with a long walk.
In 2011, a coworker whose son attended the Minnesota MDA Summer Camp reached out to Ches. The camp was in need of volunteers — specifically men — and Ches’ little brother had just graduated from high school. Might he be interested, Ches’ coworker asked?
In March, as Daytona Bike Week 2018 neared, Patty Dietering, human resource executive team leader for the Port Orange, Fla., Target, gathered her teams. Their mission: partner with MDA and Harley-Davidson Motor Co. to raise awareness of MDA and fundraise to continue the fight to end muscular dystrophy, ALS and related life-threatening diseases. Patty manages all volunteer activity for her Target store; in 2017, her team contributed 2,218 hours of volunteer service toward multiple agencies…
From April 16 to 20, we’re celebrating National Volunteer Week! We’re so thankful for our MDA volunteers who give of their time and talents to help families with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases. If you’re an MDA volunteer, consider this your virtual hug from us! If you’d like to become a volunteer, we’d love . . .
When I was 25, I took an unlikely job as an editor at a travel magazine. As a journalism graduate, the editing part of the job was a natural fit; as someone who’d never flown on a plane, the traveling part seemed a little daunting. I’d been diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease six years prior, but . . .