January 20, 2009

My very good friend, Renee, has recently been diagnosed with MS. She is only 32 years old and has a one year old son. I am joining this walk to help find a cure for my friend and for others with this debilitating disease. Please either donate to my walk, or become a team member and walk with us on April 11. You can click on the links below to find out more information on MS and this event.

The National MS Society is kicking off our annual Walk MS Presented by Questar. I am planning to be a part of this inspiring event and I am asking you to join me in the movement to MS by making a contribution to support my effort.

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society
is dedicated to ending the unpredictability of MS. They simultaneously fund research for a cure while also helping people who currently live with MS lead more fulfilling lives. I believe in the work they do, and I invite you to see for yourself all the good they've done for the MS community. More than 400,000 Americans live with MS, and your support can and will make changes in their lives.

Please help by making a donation - large or small - to end MS. Or, why not join me at the event? Become a participant and side by side, as teammates, we can work together to raise the funds to make a difference.

Whatever you can give will help! I greatly appreciate your support and will keep you posted on my progress.


Stacy Ludlow

Click here to get to my personal page and make a secure, online donation.
To send a donation: Make all checks payable to: National MS SocietyMail to: 3904 Kallie Circle West Valley, UT84120-3711


  1. Wow Stac, thanks! Thank you for the very generous donation - that means a lot to me!

  2. After posting this, I learned of 2 other women in their late 20's and early thirties that are also afflicted with this. It is scary how many women are diagnosed with this disease every year.



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