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24 Hour Multiple Sclerosis Mega Swim

kids swimming at MS Mega Swim

Did you know there are estimated to be 2.5 million people living with MS worldwide? This insidious disease is most commonly diagnosed in young women between the ages of 15 – 40 years.

Like us, you probably have someone in your life who is living with MS and often wonder how you can help?

One great way you can help is to get involved in fundraising. Our friends/family/customers with MS have told us that WrapMeCool® helps with the effects of heat sensitivity caused by MS, and we really wanted to do more.

We were proud to be a part of the 24 Hour MS Mega Swim in Sydney, Australia. This event raises funds for MS Australia’s Go for Gold Scholarships, financial assistance programs and providing services to directly benefit those living with MS.

Jill and Annette at MS Mega Swim

It was wonderful to be on the MS Mighty Stingrays team and see many inspirational people working together for a common cause. The added bonus is that we had so much fun!!

Go ahead and find out about fundraising in your local area and make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.

We are on a mission to help people have a better present moment and therefore a better life.

Thank you for sharing our blog with anyone you know who is dealing with the discomfort of heat sensitivity. smiley face






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