We all have to reboot sometimes. And while its usually a frustrated moment that inspires this desperate act (Ugh, I’ll just reboot) the end result is often a deep relieving exhale. (sigh) Such is the case for the MS SoftServe fingerprint fundraising party planned for the end of October.
The launch of the new preliminary MS SoftServe site was on the calendar at The Cherry Lane Theater in Greenwhich Village and let me tell you- that theater is one swank space! In spite of the hard work of the MSSS board of directors – our ducks hadn’t lined up in the row of seats we reserved for them. So, we are doing a CMD-X (cut) and a CMD-V (paste) moving this party fundraiser extraordinaire to in 2013. Which, as those of us who are over 40 know, is pretty much tomorrow! So keep an eye out for those updates- and look inside yourself to determine how you might be a part of it. (For clarity… check out this post that described what would have been!)
So, on to the exciting stuff. As many of you know MS SoftServe will be the site that allows each of us to live and learn on our own terms. (I say that so many times in a given day- I hope it continues to ring significant!) What currently exists at MSSoftServe.org we like to call the staging ground. It’s a web place holder if you will, that has been a great way to spread the word. And the word is what we have spread! With the modest funds that we have been granted, we are partnering with Clocktower Media in Seattle, a new, current, up to date, easily editing launching pad- which is what we like to call it! (sweet use of metaphors, right?)
This new site, at the same address will have all the info you need to know about the MSSoftServe production- in its most current form. I’m in the process of getting all of the information uploaded and shooting the videos of important people talking about why MSSS is so valuable to the community. So, with all of the information about what the site will be, the testimonials, the documents any foundation might want to see and videos from you, (don’t look behind you, I’m talking to you!) and all who want this site for immediate use- will be an excellent way to gather the funds we need to produce The Real McCoy.
Check out this terrific video of the renowned MS physician Dr. Aaron Miller of the Corrine Goldsmith Dickinson Center for Multiple Sclerosis at Mt Sinai Medical Ctr. And stay tuned for more video-validation from our prestigious board of directors. (Here’s where you make a note-to-self and subscribe to this blog!)