How You Can Help the MS Center
Support comprehensive MS Care and research
In April 2012, Swedish opened a new, 11,700 square foot MS Center that augments the already leading-edge work of the renowned Swedish Neuroscience Institute. The new Swedish MS Center consolidates the clinical care, research studies and education and wellness services needed to address the complex needs of MS patients.
Community support has played a substantial role in opening the new MS Center, and philanthropy continues to be essential in helping Swedish set the new benchmark for MS care.
Select where you’d like to donate…
MS general fund
Your support will expand group and customized exercise programs, nutrition & healthy living programs to help improve physical function; plus individual counseling, social wellness and educational opportunities and MS support groups to address the unique psychological, emotional and social needs of MS patients.
MS research fund
Your support of rigorous research and promising clinical trials at the Swedish MS Center will help determine the effectiveness of new treatments. Though there is no cure for MS, nationally recognized research has resulted in progressive therapies that physicians and staff of the MS Center administer that are effective, convenient and safe.
Make a Gift Today
Just as it takes a community of care providers to help MS patients live full lives, it also takes a community of donors to help Swedish set the benchmark in MS care. Your support is needed. Please make a gift today to help the thousands of people living with MS in the Puget Sound region.
Gifts may be made securely via credit card through the Swedish Medical Center Foundation website. Make a gift now.
Mail your gift to the Swedish Medical Center Foundation, along with a note stating that your contribution should be directed to the Swedish MS Center:
Swedish Medical Center Foundation
Seattle, WA 98122
Please call us to make a credit card gift over the phone at 206-386-2738.
For more information
Please contact Colleen Bromen, associate director of major gifts, to learn how you can help. Direct line: 206-386-3527 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Swedish is constantly working to ensure patients with debilitating neurological disorders have access to the best treatment options, the latest technology, and state-of-the-art facilities.