Since 1952, the National Association of Letter Carriers, the nationwide union of US postal delivery workers, has supported MDA as its charity of choice — and raised more than $100 million through local fundraisers that have showcased workers’ creativity and dedication to MDA’s mission of transforming the lives of people living with neuromuscular disease through . . .
This September, at Casey’s General Stores in 16 states across the Midwest, employees have been doing more than serving guests. They’ve been serving the MDA community, too, inviting store guests to round purchase totals up to the nearest whole dollar to support individuals and families impacted by neuromuscular disease. Now in its 13th year of . . .
On July 20, there will be burpees, pushups, lunges, and squats. Sweat will bloom on shirts, heartbeats will race, and grins will break out between breaths. This will be business as usual for members of the fitness franchise Burn Boot Camp, but there’s a twist — this time participants will be giving back while getting . . .
For Dane Boersma, the best things in life were simple: a good cup of coffee, and some good people to drink it with. That was the idea behind the formation of Dutch Bros Coffee in 1992, when Dane and his brother Travis, both dairy farmers, left the dairy business with 100 pounds of coffee beans, . . .
With a laser focus on new horizons in neuromuscular research and care, the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is combining its clinical and scientific conferences for the first time, establishing a robust, state-of-the-art gathering for both clinicians and investigators from across the nation. Medical and scientific experts in neuromuscular disease from academia, private practice, government, and . . .
To kick off 2019 National Volunteer Month, the Muscular Dystrophy Association was honored to welcome Marriott International volunteers from all over the world into our Chicago offices on Friday, April 5, as part of Marriott’s Serve 360 event. Continuing its tradition of making its communities better places to live, work, and visit, Marriott International this . . .
In 1952 in South Boston, Charles Crowley was desperate for help. His two sons were living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and needed care. The family needed resources. Charles called a good friend, George Graney. George did what good friends do for friends who need help: He called on his friends, too. Specifically, George asked . . .
On Labor Day weekend, Harley-Davidson and the Muscular Dystrophy Association hit the streets of Milwaukee to celebrate Harley’s 115th anniversary — and the 38-year partnership between the iconic American motorcycle maker and MDA. Thousands of riders and bikes convened for Harley’s celebratory 115th Anniversary Parade on Sept. 2. Within the parade was MDA’s Parade of . . .
This year, Harley-Davidson is celebrating its 115th anniversary — and we at the Muscular Dystrophy Association are thanking them for dedicating 38 of those years to supporting our mission. Since 1980, Harley-Davidson has partnered with MDA for a single shared ideal: freedom. Freedom comes in many different forms; this can look like hitting the open . . .
As the International Association of Fire Fighters gathers this week in Seattle for its 54th annual convention, we want to recognize and thank this wonderful group of men and women fire fighters who have dedicated countless hours and generosity to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The IAFF kicked off its 100th anniversary earlier this year. For . . .