Hopping 4 A Cure Organizer
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Hopping 4 A Cure Organizers are a group of badass ninjas who happen to take Recess and helping those affected by Multiple Sclerosis very seriously.

Organizing is a truly rewarding experience that will help build your network, while helping those in your community.

A typical Hopping 4 A Cure event takes 3 to 4 months to organize, and you’ll need 4 to 6 people on your organizing team (this is not something you can do alone). Your team will be responsible for nearly all aspects of the event, including:

- Raising event sponsorship to cover event costs
- Securing a venue
- Promoting the event & recruiting attendees
- Ordering food, drink, and supplies for the event

Your team should consist of 4 to 6 people. Just like a startup, forming a strong organizing team is the most important part of planning a Hopping 4 A Cure event. It is also very much like choosing a Board of Directors: it’s important that everyone on the team is as enthusiastic about the mission of Hopping 4 A Cure as you are (regardless of his or her personal goals).


Hopping 4 A Cure™ for Multiple Sclerosis is a Trademarked, Incorporated, Full 501(c)3 non-profit organization that hosts Recess Olympics raising money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. Proceeds go toward College Scholarships, Caregiver Support, and Alternative Medical Research.

With your help, we can all HOP in the HOPE of a world free of Multiple Sclerosis.

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Email: David Nassau - David@mshopscotch.org

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