2021 was another challenging year for many, but once again, MDA’s grassroots advocates were relentless in ensuring lawmakers heard their voices. Throughout the year, our volunteers emailed, called, and met with important decision-makers urging them to act on vital public policy that will improve the lives of people living with neuromuscular disease and their families. . . .
Volunteers are a rich part of MDA’s 70-year history. Through volunteer committees, boards, community events, and Summer Camps where kids build confidence and independence, they are tightly woven into MDA’s fabric. This week is National Volunteer Week, and we couldn’t be prouder of or more grateful for the 33,000 volunteers across the country who make . . .
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 . . .
Twin brother and sister Michael and Amy Schleicher’s story starts where a lot of kids’ stories do. They looked up to their big brother, Matt, and when he did something cool, Michael and Amy wanted to do it, too. In the case of the fateful summer that would point the twins in a long-term direction, . . .
January is a natural goal-setting time. The new year and its fresh calendar to fill out prompt a re-evaluation of how you want to spend your time and your resources. As you’re mapping out your 2019, MDA can fit into your fitness, financial and philanthropic goals — there’s an opportunity for every interest. Volunteer with . . .
Since his call-up to the Philadelphia Phillies in August 2017, Rhys Hoskins has taken Major League Baseball by storm. A prolific hitter, Rhys burst onto the scene late last summer with a home run barrage that made national news and shattered rookie records along the way. In just 10 months he has become the face . . .