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MS Society of Canada – North Vancouver Island Chapter raises $8,100

THE NURSES CARE team raised the most as a team at Ski for MS. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
THE NURSES CARE team raised the most as a team at Ski for MS.
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The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada – North Vancouver Island Chapter raised $8,100 at Ski for MS.

Team Nurses Care raised $1,385 and Skiers Kare Incredibly raised $1,059.31. The top individual fundraisers were Kathy Wilson at $500 and Betsy Wark at $385.

Proceeds of Ski for MS are used to provide local programs to people affected by MS on North Vancouver Island including information, support, advocacy and referral services, the Comox Clinic, the Equipment Provision Program, Special Assistance Funding, and self-help support groups in the Comox Valley and Campbell River, as well as for our Chapter’s annual research donation.

For more information about the MS Society of Canada – North Vancouver Island Chapter, call 250-286-0999, toll free 1-888-299-2025 or visit www.mssociety.ca/chapters/northvanisl.

— MS Society of Canada – North Vancouver Island Chapter

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