MS Society of Canada: Coastal Regional Chapter - Lower Mainland and surrounding areas


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23rd Annual MS Golf Challenge

We are seeking for volunteers to help at our 23rd Annual MS Golf Challenge on Thursday, September 19, 2019

The 23rd Annual MS Golf Challenge is a prestigious fundraising event held once again at the beautiful Tsawwassen Springs Golf Course. Designed by golf course architect Ted Locke, this 18-hole, par 70 course offers a unique golf experience that players of all levels will enjoy.

Featuring on-course activities with snacks, refreshments, lunch, a gourmet celebration dinner, silent auction, contests with fabulous prizes, the MS Golf Challenge also presents an opportunity to network with potential customers and clients.

Canada has one of the highest rate of MS in the world. The funds raised from the MS Golf Challenge are invested in world-leading research and services to ensure a better quality of life for those affected by MS.

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Caddie 3 9/19/2019 9/19/2019
Check-in & Welcome Table 2 9/19/2019 9/19/2019
Course Runner 1 9/19/2019 9/19/2019
Photographer 2 9/19/2019 9/19/2019
Rest Stop 1 9/19/2019 9/19/2019

Friendly Visiting Program

 

The Friendly Visiting Program is designed to provide informal support for persons living with multiple sclerosis (MS) that reside within the continuing care continuum – long term care, supportive living, and home environments.

The program provides support, increased awareness of community resources, engaging in shared activities, and in some cases provides a means of respite care for caregivers of persons with MS.

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Friendly Visiting Volunteer 1

MS Society Leadership Volunteers

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MS Ambassador 1

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Mission Statement

Our vision is to continue building a strong collaboration of staff and volunteers to make an impact in the lives of those impacted by MS.