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 . . .
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…
Albertsons Companies Employee’s Daughter Develops Connection for MDA Summer Camp As the second-largest grocery retailer in the country, Albertsons Companies and the Albertsons Companies Foundation, continue to show their passionate support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) across the country for over 20 years through in-store fundraising campaigns with their customers, partnering with Acosta Sales . . .
I was warned. Yes, upon accepting the invitation to speak at the National Association of Letter Carriers convention in Los Angeles, I was told to prepare myself. Everyone said that NALC members are some of the MDA’s most enthusiastic supporters. And they were right. But I already knew what I was in for. The NALC . . .
For nearly 25 years, Plano Fire Captain Scott Mallen has taken part in the MDA Fill the Boot campaign — a program in which fire fighters in hometowns across America take to the streets to fill their boots with donations and raise funds to help kids and adults with muscular dystrophy live longer and grow . . .
Longtime MDA partner Acosta Sales & Marketing has been committed to helping families live unlimited for more than two decades ago through MDA’s Aisles of Smiles program. The program began as the brainchild of Hank Lautrup, a food broker employed by Southern California-based Kelley-Clarke Inc. At the time, Lautrup’s son had been recently diagnosed with . . .