Editor’s note: The following is adapted from a letter Stephanie Hoover wrote to family and friends to ask them to support her in the Louisville Muscle Walk. We thought her characterization of the impact of her disease and her eloquent description of the community she has found within MDA were worth sharing. We hope you . . .
“For us, living unlimited is an every day thing….” X Ambassadors. From June 20 to July 31, a generous partner will give $1 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association for every #LiveUnlimited moment shared. Create your own #LiveUnlimited moment
This summer, as MDA and our families defy daily challenges together to live unlimited, we’re having a little fun. And on June 24, we’re having a whole lot of it. We’re teaming up with two of Legendary Digital Networks’ top Internet channels – Geek & Sundry, founded by actress Felicia Day, and Smart Girls, founded by Amy Poehler . . .
To say that Harley-Davidson and MDA were made for each other doesn’t fully do the relationship justice. But for two organizations that may seem on their surfaces to have little in common, there are a number of uncanny similarities. One of them I continue to be surprised by is the spirit of living unlimited. Harley . . .
Turning 16 years old is a pretty big deal, but Jordan George didn’t want that milestone birthday to be all about her. She wanted to give back. Jordan celebrated her sweet 16 in April by giving a gift to MDA — $1,600 in donations that she had asked for, instead of presents, for her birthday. . . .
For more than 35 years, ERA Real Estate has been committed to enriching the lives of children and adults living with Muscular Dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases through its support of MDA. In particular, the ERA network has been helping kids living with muscular dystrophy, SMA and related muscle-debilitating diseases have “the best week of the . . .
For the past 10 years, MDA families have benefited from a potent, if nontraditional, ally in their fight to end ALS: coffee. Yes, the seemingly simple beverage that millions of people across the country rely on each morning to start their days has helped raise nearly $2 million for ALS research and family support services. . . .