MDA Ambassadors are individuals affected by neuromuscular disease who share their story and help raise awareness, thus broadening the impact we make and bringing visibility to our mission. Beginning in the early 1950s, when public awareness and understanding of muscular dystrophy and related diseases were almost non-existent, MDA put a human face on its mission . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .