FAIRFIELD, Conn. – A Fairfield resident was recently inducted into the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Volunteer Hall of Fame during its annual Leadership Conference held recently in Fort Worth, Texas.
Volunteers were recognized for their outstanding commitment to creating a world free of MS in the areas of advocacy, funding the mission, programs and services, health professional care and scientific research. Fairfield resident Larry Greenhall was honored in the Funding the Mission category in the Volunteer Hall of Fame.
A current member of the Connecticut Chapter’s Board, he has been a leader in fundraising through his creation of Bike MS corporate teams at each of his previous and current employers, appointing new team leaders to maintain company engagement. The combined historical fundraising of his teams surpassed the $1 million mark. Additionally, Greenhall’s involvement at the bike tour has garnered significant and actionable MS awareness by enlightening hundreds.
“We are so grateful for the unswerving commitment shown by our volunteers to our universal vision of ending MS forever. We thank and congratulate them on their remarkable achievements,” said Cyndi Zagieboylo, President and CEO of the National MS Society. Since 1997, the National MS Society has recognized nearly 550 outstanding volunteers with induction to the Volunteer Hall of Fame.
Learn more about becoming a volunteer with the National MS Society at its website.
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