Everyone knows someone affected by multiple sclerosis. So every summer, Buildium’s Bike MS team rides from Boston to Provincetown to raise funds for MS awareness and treatment.
This year, donations from our corporate sponsors and the fundraising efforts of more than 60 Buildians brought in over $100,000 (and rising!). We wanted to take a moment out of our day to thank the many people who helped us to reach our fundraising goals this year.
Buildium’s Generous MS Ride Sponsors
We couldn’t have done it without the help of some extraordinary people. There are so many to thank, starting with our generous sponsors.
Our Bike MS Ride 2018 Sponsors:
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Buildium’s Fearless MS Riders
The Buildium team pedaled for 150 miles through intense 90-degree heat to earn the donations it raised over the past several months. We even had multiple family members, friends and one of our very own customers join our team this year. Without each of you, we wouldn’t have been able to raise so much money for MS research–and we definitely wouldn’t have had as much fun along the way!
Buildium’s Incredible Support Team
We wanted to say a special thank you to everyone who volunteered their time, stopped by our fundraising event at The Warehouse, bought raffle tickets, contributed a few dollars, or just talked to somebody they know about the importance of MS research. Without them, we wouldn’t have been able to make it to the finish line in support of such an amazing cause.
In addition, special thanks goes out to The Warehouse in Boston for hosting a great fundraiser for our team. Thanks also to the Buildium creative team for our amazing jerseys this year. Last but certainly not least, thank you to Mary and the rest of the Buildium team for your support at the Bike MS finish line.
And once again, a big thank you to our thoughtful sponsors. Your support made a huge difference and will go a long way in supporting multiple sclerosis research.
Enjoy the rest of the summer, and we hope to see you at Bike MS in 2019!Read more on Buildium News