Support the MS Community with Your Holiday Shopping

The end of the year is the most popular time for people to support the causes they care about. These holiday year-end donations give nonprofits a boost as they head into the New Year to help provide crucial services to their respective communities. The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) hopes you consider donating in support of our free programs and services for the MS community! We also encourage you to share with your friends, relatives, and social media followers to do the same!

How to show your holiday support

A few quick and easy ways to support MSAA this holiday season and throughout the New Year include:

  • Shop AmazonSmile on your desktop computer or laptop and select MSAA as your designated charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to MSAA. If you are using the Amazon mobile phone app, make sure to turn on AmazonSmile in the app settings so that you can select MSAA as your chosen charity! Learn how to turn on this Amazon app setting here.
  • Purchase a Popsocket (the easy-grip accessory for your mobile phone) and the Poptivism campaign will donate 50% of the purchase to MSAA. You can order various designs including the official MSAA logo as well as featured artwork from an MSAA Art Showcase contributor.
  • Get your swag on with an MSAA Swim for MS swimsuit or towel along with Team MSAA shirts, hat patch, bag cinch, and more. 20% of your purchase goes back to MSAA.
  • Purchase a bracelet from Katie’s Cottage Barn – they have selected MSAA for their official Giveback Collection. For every bracelet purchased, 25% of the proceeds will be donated back to MSAA.

No matter how you decide to support the MS community as the year comes to an end, we appreciate you and your dedication to Improving Lives Today. To read more about your shop and support options for MSAA, please visit our website here.

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