Alexandra’s Angels MS Foundation, Inc.
Commited to a Cure
The Alexandra’s Angels mission is to cure Multiple Sclerosis within our lifetime. 100% of your donation goes directly to research, clinical trials, and treatments.
We want to be able to say: “I had MS.”
“You must make the CHOICE, to take the CHANCE,
if you want anything to CHANGE.”
Rise to the Challenge! Let’s CURE MS!
The Alexandra’s Angels MS Foundation goal is to raise awareness and funds for targeted MS research. Our teammates are from every walk of life and are forever bonded by this unique experience.
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Our Goal for 2019
Total 2018 Donations from 400 donors and sponsors
… and counting
Bill RotellaBoth Maureen and I are members of the Alexandra’s Angels cycle team, and the namesake is our very dear friend Alexandra Mastriana who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2013. Since then she and her husband Ron have spearheaded an effort to help find a cure for MS. Our 2019 team goal is to raise $250,000, which will propel our team past the million-dollar milestone in just 6 years. 100% of your donation goes directly to the repair & remyelination we support at UCSF. Over the years both Alexandra & Ron have supported many South Florida charities and community programs. They are vested into making their city and surrounding community better. Both Ron & I served side-by-side on the Boys and Girls Club of Broward County for many years, and I can attest to his drive, passion & commitment to get things done for the betterment of others. This is one of the many reasons why I am involved with the Alexandra’s Angels. It’s important to me to have your support in this most significant endeavor by way of donation and participation. Through the years I’ve been involved in some really special fundraising initiatives, but this team and our mission is exceptional. We would love to have you attend our February 28th kickoff party at Thasos, where, besides enjoying delicious food and drinks, you will be able to meet the top MS researchers in country who are flying in from San Francisco especially for our events! Our MS Challenge is Saturday March 2nd at Birch State Park. It’s a perfect day for the entire family to enjoy beginning with a 5k run/walk, then a 20 mile bike ride, and then core yoga with Paige Held of Yoga Joint. March is national MS awareness month – lets start if off right with a ride in the park! “In golf as in life, it is the follow through that makes the difference.” Let’s cure MS together!$7,150.00 donated of $10,000.00 goal
Keith Costello$7,000.00 donated of $10,000.00 goal
Fabienne Rouzies$5,605.00 donated of $5,500.00 goal
Tony Carriuolo$3,900.00 donated of $2,500.00 goal
Harry Seidman’s 70th Birthday Bash to Smash MS!Amy and I are teaming up with our longtime friends Ron & Alexandra Mastriana to raise funds for the Repair & Remyelination project at UCSF. We are challenging you to donate to CURE MS - and we will match your contributions dollar for dollar! The greatest gifts are not wrapped in paper, but rather in love. Let's make a difference together as March is National MS Awareness Month! #CureMS$3,420.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
Raul Cepero$3,150.00 donated of $3,000.00 goal
Matt Ricci$2,950.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
Kristen Reineke$2,675.00 donated of $3,000.00 goal
Join us for our 2019 MS Challenge Kickoff party at Thasos on February 28, 2019 – 6:30pm to 9:00 pm. Enjoy Cocktails & Hors d’Oeuvres, Participate in our Raffle and Auction. RSVP online at $100 per person At the door: $125 per person Thasos 3300 E. Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 (Directions via…
Our fundraising efforts support the MS Research team at the University of California San Francisco. We received this Thank YOU Video from Stephen Hauser, Jonah Chan and Ari Green earlier this year. (more…)
Alexandra’s Angels MS Foundation, Inc. – Committed To Ending Multiple Sclerosis
The Alexandra’s Angels vision is for people affected by MS to say: “I HAD MS.”
100% of your donation goes directly to groundbreaking Multiple Sclerosis research and treatment. MS hurts – charity does not. Join us in fighting Multiple Sclerosis!