Help The Home T Climb To The Top Of Rockefeller Center For MS!

by Hannah Berner

The Home T Team is taking part in a National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) fundraiser on February 28th called Climb to the Top. It's an event where you climb 66 floors to the top of Rockefeller Center. Wowza!

I’d like to tell you about that moment.

The one when a friend or family member with multiple sclerosis says, “I think I’m having a flare up right now. I have vertigo. I hope this doesn’t lead to another lesion.”

Those three sentences seemed to stop me in my tracks and sent a feeling of fear and worry through my body almost instantly.

That moment also reminded me that I absolutely hate multiple sclerosis. And I mean hate. It’s impacted so many people that I know and I’m down right angry at the disease.

But I use that anger to try and do some good.

The Home T donates 10% of profits to multiple sclerosis research. In addition we take part in fundraisers such as Climb to the Top.

Make a Donation

The most ever raised at this event was $46,000. Imagine if we crushed that? If 2,000 people donated $25 we could do exactly that. Will you be one of the 2,000 that helps us battle multiple sclerosis?

You can donate by clicking this link. Please note that donations go directly to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (we profit in no way) and are tax deductible.

Thank you very much for being part of The Home T community. Together, we can fight multiple sclerosis and, someday, rid the world of “those” moments.


PS - anyone that donates $25 or more will receive 30% off their next Home T order.

Ryan Shell


The Home T

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