By dedicating a portion of the proceeds from her Multiple Sclerosis collection, a network of organizations that nurture patients and their families are strengthened.
The neurological disease, whose myriad victims often suffer in silence, has no cure. Helen Lavelle spent decades learning how to tame her own multiple sclerosis diagnosis, which robbed her of her sight and mobility for a time.
MS may not have a cure, but it can be quieted. This collection helps people and their families find the tools to do that.
The medical causes she supports through charitable sales spread far and wide. Programs to receive her support include education, financial aid and caretaker support.