Mission for Matt
After a very successful event last year, we are happy to announce the 2nd annual "A Mission for Matt" Dinner Dance. Matt, a healthy, energetic teacher and coach, husband, and father of 3, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Please help me raise awareness and funds for research to find a cure.Read more
Miles for Myeloma
The 2017 Miles for Myeloma 5K Run/Walk is a regional, family friendly 5K Run/Walk presented by the Philadelphia Multiple Myeloma Networking Group. The USA Track & Field/RRTC Certified 5K course boasts beautiful views and includes free parking!Read more
The Myrtle Beach Multiple Myeloma Support Group & The Janet Kerrigan Foundation are having a fundraiser for Multiple Myeloma. Join us for a fun evening of live music, great food, raffles, prizes and a $1 ribbon campaign during the event. Please join us as seating is limited and there are great prizes and other things that you would really like. Please let us know!
Jack's Education Grant
Today most patients diagnosed with Myeloma have still never heard of it. And with more treatments available (but still no cure), education is even more important. Please consider making a donation to support IMF’s patient education program so that others can benefit like I did.
These last 5 years of bicycle adventures are my way giving back to all of us. I am one of the lucky patients who require no maintenance therapies whatsoever. I am blessed right now and utilize my time to the fullest riding bicycle and raising awareness about this incurable illness inside us.
Grand Tour of Scotland
Single Malt Scottish Whisky Tasting Tour in the comfort of your own home or venue of your choosing. Enjoy a "Grand Tour of Scotland" Single Malt Whisky tasting with whisky ambassador and enthusiast Gary McAdam. He will take you on a guided flavor tour through the whisky regions of his homeland-Scotland. Click below to read more about this event and how you can participate and support the IMF.
Paddle to Battle
Leaving from Bellingham, WA on August 9, 2016 with the goal of taking six weeks to complete, the trip will wind its way through British Columbia’s wild maze of islands, channels, inlets, and fjords that separate the Inside Passage from the Pacific Ocean, concluding in Ketchikan, AK. Challenges could include tidal fluctuations and currents, wild animals, navigation, weather, equipment failures, and remoteness.