How You Can Help
We are extremely grateful for the contributions we have received from the following donors. We will work diligently to deserve their continued support. We continue to work toward the long-range plan to become one of the top 10 MS Programs in the US. We know that part of your mission is to make a difference in the lives of people touched by this disease and we feel uniquely privileged to be your partners in this mission.
Thank you for considering a gift to the University of Virginia James Q. Miller Multiple Sclerosis Clinic. There are many ways a gift can help our Clinic and allow maximum flexibility to meet the needs of our patients and their families as they arise. All gifts are tax deductable. When making a donation, please designate your gift to the James Q. Miller Multiple Sclerosis Clinic.
There are many ways your gift can help our clinic meet the needs of our patients and their families. We are constantly striving to improve access to our clinical and research services with added staff and improvements to our facilities. All gifts are tax deductible. When making a donation, please designate your gift to the James Q. Miller Multiple Sclerosis Clinic.
For more information on how you can give today, please visit the following website:
For specific questions about donations to the MS Clinic, please contact:
Dr. Myla Goldman, Director, James Q Miller MS Clinic
UVa Department of Neurology
PO Box 800394
Charlottesville, VA 22908
Cindy Reynolds, Director of Development for Neurological
P.O. Box 800773
Charlottesville, VA 22908
MS Clinic Partners:
Washington Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman is the president of the ziMS Foundation. Ryan founded the ziMS Foundation in honor of his mother, Cheryl, who suffers from multiple sclerosis. The foundation holds numerous fundraisers throughout the year including the Annual MS Gala in Virginia Beach and the Field of Dreams Gala in Charlottesville, VA to raise funds for its beneficiaries.
Bike the US for MS organizes cross country bike trips that raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research. These tours follow America's most traveled cross country cycling routes and combine an important cause with an incredible experience. Proceeds from 2011 will support research & treatment at the James Q Miller MS Clinic at the University of Virginia, in addition to funding home modification projects across the United States.
The Blue Ridge Chapter of the National MS Society is an important part of a nationwide network that advances the Society's mission to achieve a world free of multiple sclerosis. The James Q. Miller MS Clinic enjoys a close relationship with the Blue Ridge Chapter and our patients greatly benefit from their weekly presence in our multi-disciplinary clinic. Additionally our previous fellow, Dr. John Scagnelli, has received a clinical care fellowship grant from the National MS Society.