Orange Crush: NJ Crush and Advance the Cure Host an Orange Out!

On Tuesday, May 7, NJ Crush and Advance the Cure for MS hosted an “Orange Out,” an event to raise awareness and funds for MS and improve the lives of people living with MS. At the FDU practice fields, the players, decked in orange, played games against their coaches and entered to win prizes like a week at NJ Crush Camp. Thank you to the entire NJ Crush Organization and our guest speaker professional soccer player Kelly Conheeney for helping make this such a fun and wonderful event!

Thank You for Attending Our First Ever Orange Out!

Our first local event was a major success! With your help, we were able to spread awareness about MS to thousands of people, despite the rainy weather. Several people in our community came to our event and told us that they too had MS and were thrilled with our work. The event caused so many children to learn about and understand what MS is and contribute to our cause. It was amazing to see the support from our community! Thank you to all who attended. Here are some of the photos from the day:

Join Us at the Orange Out on November 3!

NEW DATES! On Saturday, November 3, Advance the Cure will be holding an "Orange Out" in conjunction with the Ridgewood Junior Football Association and cheerleaders. Please wear your orange attire, come hungry, and visit Advance the Cure for MS at our tables/tent set up during all games. Pizza, hot and cold beverages, assorted baked goods, snacks/candy, and Advance the Cure 4 MS apparel (hats, socks, and wristbands) will be available for purchase at the event. This event will raise awareness and funds for MS and the foundation. Please stop by one of our tents at the times below:

Vets Field: Flag 8:00am-10:30am
Maple Field: Flag 8am-12:30pm

Donations will also be accepted. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the Advance the Cure for MS Foundation. Thank you for your support and we are looking forward to getting our ORANGE on for a good cause!!!

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