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The Walk to Defeat ALS

Walk to Defeat ALS supported by Mind Brain Foundation

Are you familiar with ALS? It’s another mind-brain disease and cause that the Mind Brain Philanthropic Foundation considers important to address through fund-raising. What is ALS? According to ALS.org, ALS is, Mind Brain Philanthropic Walks to Defeat ALS Good friends of Mind Brain Philanthropic founder Regina Schroeder and Ian Green have been affected by ALS, … Continued

Why Support GallopNYC?

Mind Brain Philanthropic Supports GallopNYC

GallopNYC is an amazing organization that Mind Brain Philanthropic Foundation supports and that Regina Schroeder specifically has loved for a long time. In fact, you’ll find information about GallopNYC identified on this site as a charity we support. So you can more fully appreciate what makes GallopNYC such a remarkable organization, we put together this … Continued

Become an Ambassador for Mind Brain Philanthropic Foundation

The Promise of Repurposed Drugs for MS

Please be Our Ambassador: Help Mind Brain Philanthropic Foundation Raise $3MM. Mind Brain Philanthropic’s first fundraiser ‘The Promise of Repurposed Drugs for Multiple Sclerosis,‘ held on September 8, 2022, was a resounding success. About 40 attended, raising $30,000. In addition to discussion, food, drink, and fellowship, Dr. Tim Vartanian spoke about the research his team … Continued

Fielding the Judith Jaffe MS Center MS Walk Team

Fielding the Judith Jaffe MS Center MS Walk Team

I love organizing the Judith Jaffe MS Center MS Walk Team so friends at the Judith Jaffe MS Center can have a fun day outdoors and raise some money for MS research. The scientists and researchers at Judith Jaffe Weill Cornell receive millions in research grant money for the MS Society, and I feel like we … Continued

Announcing our $3MM Campaign

Announcing the Mind Brain Foundation Campaign

The goal for the first Mind Brain Philanthropic Foundation fundraising campaign – StandUp 2 MS – is to raise $3MM to fund regenerative medicine research targeted to promote repair in the Central Nervous System. We have identified a research effort at Weill Cornell Medical College that fits these goals.