NALC’s Rolando is getting locked up on August 10…for MDA

On Aug. 10, NALC President Fredric Rolando will “do a little time” to do a lot of good—by being a “jailbird” in Fredericksburg, VA, taking part in a Muscular Dystrophy Association Lock-Up fundraiser.

“Every day, kids and adults are diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that take away the most basic freedoms—the freedom to walk, talk, hug and even breathe,” Rolando said. “By taking part in this lock-up to help raise money for NALC’s only official charity, I hope to raise some awareness and help those
doctors striving to give some of those freedoms back.”

An MDA Lock-Up is a lighthearted event where the “incarcerated” individual tries to raise money to “make bail,” with proceeds going to MDA, of course. Click here to download a flyer.

Click here to visit Rolando’s official lock-up page. If you would like for your branch to receive the credit for your donation, be sure to type in your branch number in the “Recognition Name Box” at the end of the billing information.

If you prefer to mail a check instead, click here to download a form, fill it out and make out your check to MDA. Then mail the form and the check to the Richmond, VA, address on the form.

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