In keeping in line with our mission to fund research into the cause, cure and treatment of multiple sclerosis and to help improve the lives of those living with this disease, we have chosen the following organizations to benefit from the funds raised by our organization. We are always looking for new organzations to support. If you are interested in becoming a beneficiary, please contact us or send an email to HockeyFightsMS@gmail.com.
Good Shepherd offers comprehensive MS services in a care model that focuses on teamwork and partnership. They work directly with patients to develops goals and appropriate treatment plans to help them get the most out of their rehabilitation and the most out of life.
For the 3rd year in a row, Johns Hopkins Neurology and Neurosurgery Department - the beneficiary of our Maryland Tournament - was ranked #1 in the country by the U.S. News & World Report. The Multiple Sclerosis Center at Johns Hopkins is one of the largest clinical and research MS centers in the world. With ten neurologists, two nurses, and extensive laboratory and support staff they are able to focus on all aspects of the disease - from diagnosis and clinical care to cutting edge clinical trials brain imaging and laboratory research. The Multiple Sclerosis Center is currently participating in several clinical trials for both relapsing remitting and primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
Vermont has a high rate of multiple sclerosis, and at Fletcher Allen they are fortunate to have nationally recognized physicians who specialize in multiple sclerosis care and are on the cutting-edge of new developments in treating MS. They provide comprehensive diagnosis, evaluation, treatment and follow-up care for patients with all forms of MS to help manage this debilitating disease.
Project RESTORE is one of the ongoing clinical programs in the Neurology Department at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Founded in 2004, the purpose of Project RESTORE is to restore hope, restore function, and restore lives to patients and families suffering from neuroimmunological disorders, such as multiple sclerosis by working together to carry out innovative research to develop new therapies.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society helps people affected by MS by funding research, driving change through advocacy, promoting education, and providing the programs, services and other resources that are needed by individuals and families affected by MS.