The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation’s Bourbon and Blues 30th Anniversary Gala

Apr. 1, 2017

The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation celebrated its 30th anniversary with an event at the Ritz-Carlton. This black tie gala featured a bourbon bar, dinner and dancing. Luminaries included honoree David Osmond, lead singer of the group Osmonds 2nd Generation, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis nearly 10 years ago, as well as Sheli Muniz of NBC6 South Florida, who served as master of ceremonies. In 2015 MSF raised more than $8.6 million from donors, enabling the organization to serve the multiple sclerosis community nationwide with free services like access to therapeutic medicine, homecare treatment, and health and wellness activities, as well as programs offering much-needed items like cooling vests and accessories.