This page is on my blog specifically to talk about my fundraising efforts for Walk MS 2017 to stamp out multiple sclerosis. You can see my team captain page here and, if you are so inclined, you can donate to me to help my team, Nerds for a Cure, raise money to fund much needed research for new treatments and a cure for multiple sclerosis.
I believe that nerd power can do anything and that I will live to see the day that people don’t have to suffer from multiple sclerosis anymore. Thank you in advance, dear readers, for helping to prove me right by spreading the word and donating. Periodically I will update this page with nifty things in bright orange text so please, check back and thanks for stopping by. Below you can read about how our 2016 efforts turned out. Hopefully, we can make 2017 an even bigger success. Together, the sky is the limit.
Soaring over the Fox river in a near-perfect V by E.A. Schneider
In 2016 we did a big game-themed, nerdy fundraiser at a fabulous local bar called 42 Ale House with the help of Board Game Beastro. Here is our poster:
Here’s a collage print of the fabulous people who made the event both possible and successful. Thank you all. Thank you 42 Ale House for being our venue and donating your tasty items and thank you Board Game Beastro for your games & expertise.
Together, team Nerds for a Cure raised $866 at the above event to go towards our team fundraising goal of $5500. Our team also had more members this year and a large turnout at the Walk in September.
Team Nerds for a Cure 2016. These people are the coolest nerds around.
Ultimately, the team raised $5,867 for the Wisconsin chapter of the National MS Society. We’re going to be doing both the gaming fundraising and the Walk again in 2017 so please, keep checking this page, check out our Nerds for a Cure team page, spread the word, and donate if you can. Every dollar helps get us closer to new treatments and a cure. Thank you!
Sky is the limit! by E.A. Schneider
4/2/2017 UPDATE: Team Nerds for a Cure is 3 members strong and counting. We have also raised our first donations and are 5% of the way to our goal. Q’pla!