Trivia Event Information & RSVP
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Mission: “To facilitate harmony, balance, and rhythm every day in the lives of those affected by MS and other neuro challenges”.
The gym team is planning an inaugural fundraising event to expand and grow for so many that would benefit! We are looking for your support in our efforts. We are planning to have 80+ in attendance.
What: MSforward Trivia Fundraising Event
When: March 25, 2023 1-4pm, the first hour is social hour
Where: MSforward Gym
Options to donate:
● Sponsor a table: This comes with 8 seats for the trivia event, opportunities to bring swag, give-aways, and decorate your table as you wish. There will be recognition at the event, recognition on social media, and your logo on our event flier. If you will not be using all 8 seats, they will be filled with gym members. This monetary donation is$1,000.
● Event sponsor: This is a monetary or in-kind donation. These donations are directed for sponsoring talent, rental of tables/chairs, paper products, food/h20 bottles, and prizes. Donations of $150 or more will be recognized at the event. Company logos will be on the event flier.
“Please do not define me by the illness, injury, or event, rather define me by the person I have become.” -Daryl
MSforward Gym Daryl Kucera
13530 Discovery Dr . Suite #10 Owner/Founder
Omaha, NE 68137 402-630-1757
MSforward is a community organization devoted to wellness. It has served over 700 individuals since the time of opening, currently serving 120 members. The socialization and inclusive “family” atmosphere at the gym is paramount to all those who enter through the doors. Daryl Kucera has ethically grown his nonprofit armed with the tools needed to understand the lives of those he serves as he too lives with MS. The gym offers exercise, cognitive stimulation classes, mental health wellness support, and a care partner support group. Offerings are live and remote. The gym partners with multiple collegiate institutions in Omaha in allowing students in health sciences to work with the members in a mutually beneficial relationship.