Give a Little Help for MS.

The MS Project is a collection of things created to raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. Consisting of a book, a website, and an iPhone app these elements work together to bring more attention to the disease, teach people, and create a strong community.

World MS Day is Wednesday May 25th and The goal of the MS Project, starting May 1st – May 25th, is 2500 downloads in 25 days.

The book – released on March 14th, 2011, is a collection of stories written by people afflicted by Multiple Sclerosis, or who have loved ones afflicted. This book is meant to be informational regarding the disease as experienced by real people and to showcase the amazing strength people find when facing adversity. DOWNLOAD the e-book for .99 on Amazon or Smashwords. You can find the book here at Smashwords or Here at Amazon

The iPhone app – is a tool to create awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. Connected to The MS Project website the app will include a feed from the blog to provide access to the MS community and a wealth of knowledge. DOWNLOAD the app on iTunes for .99. You can purchase the app here.

You can also purchase items from the store here.

I’ve not heard of this group before, but they seem legitimate, so let’s help them raise their goal of 2500 downloads. Even if you can’t contribute please share this information so that others might help if they choose to.

5 Responses to “Give a Little Help for MS.”

  1. Michelle Grimsley Tallman Says:

    My husband has MS. Thanks for posting…

  2. Rick Rhodes Says:

    Sure, I didn’t know that.

  3. Michelle Grimsley Tallman Says:

    Diagnosis (2001) was a long and scary journey.

  4. Rick Rhodes Says:

    I can imagine. Is he doing good now?

  5. Michelle Grimsley Tallman Says:

    I forget sometimes that he even has it. No one would know to look at him. His symptoms are dizziness / numbness and tingling in his extremities. He is not currently being medicated except for the dizziness. It’s as good as it can possibly be and we count our blessings every day.