ziMS foundation gives back $1,000,000 back to community

Donations Making a Difference

UVA Check Presentaion ziMS FoundationBecause of the efforts of many dedicated people the Foundation has made a difference in the lives of people suffering with Multiple Sclerosis.

UVA Department of Neurology total donations to date $757,000

The mission of the developing clinic is to provide the full range of multidisciplinary care for patients with MS and related diseases as well as second opinion evaluations and comprehensive assessments. Clinic staff is particularly interested in seeing patients willing to participate in future clinical research and drug trials. The donations will be used to enhance the abilities of the clinic to provide services to patients with MS.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Capital Chapter to date $145,000
On August 9th, 2010 Ryan Zimmerman presented a check from the ziMs Foundation for $65,000 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Capital Chapter. These funds will help benefit the chapter’s programs in physical fitness and help families that need financial assistance.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Hampton Roads Chapter to date $210,00
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Hampton Roads Chapter to date $210,00The ziMS Foundation this year donated $40,000 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Hampton Roads Chapter bringing the the total monies donated to $210,000 over the last 6 years. These funds will be used for financial aid and educational programs for people living with Multiple Sclerosis.

Dream Makers to date $85,000

dreamMakerS is a non profit organization committed to connecting, supporting, and empowering children of parents with MS.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Blue Ridge Chapter to date $50,000

The Blue Ridge Chapter will use the donation to aid people with MS and their families in a multitude of ways-including home modifications (bathrooms, ramps), crisis utility and rent payments, incontinence supplies, air conditioning units to name a few.

YMCA Arlington to date $10,000

The $10,000 dollars was used for aerobics and yoga classes for neurological patients.