Give A Lift with Lift MS

  • by Teva's Lift MS Team
  •   July 31, 2017

Lifting one another up and spreading awareness of MS is at the heart of this community. Inspired by your dedication to empowering those affected by MS, we’ve created a new way to grow your impact, called Give A Lift.

The idea behind Give A Lift is simple: spread encouragement and MS awareness by sharing motivational images, called “Lifts,” throughout your social networks.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit https://www.liftms.com/give-a-lift.
  2. Find an image (Lift) you love. Explore the filters to see Lifts specific to you!
  3. Choose where you want to share by clicking the Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest social icon.
  4. Personalize your Lift by adding a custom message, then tag the person you want to lift.
  5. Use the hashtag #GiveALift when sharing — then search it to see how far your Lifts can go!

Now it’s easier than ever to empower those around you, and your message may be the boost someone needs in their day. So don’t wait, Give A Lift and raise awareness today!

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14 Comment(s)
  • Louise bargy | August 04, 2017
    I have ms i love going to the pool whit my kids
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 04, 2017
      It’s great that you’ve found something that you enjoy doing, Louise!
  • Candy | August 04, 2017
    Have had MS for 16 years.
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 04, 2017
      We are always here to listen, Candy. Please reach out whenever you need to.
  • James  | August 05, 2017
    I've had MS for 9 years
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 07, 2017
      Thanks for sharing, James. Best wishes!
  • Penny Payne | August 06, 2017
    Just diagnosed, haven't started any meds, scared, anxious 😩
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 07, 2017
      We are sorry to hear that, Penny. We hope you continue to work with your health care team. Please keep us posted on your progress.
  • Rhonda  | August 07, 2017
    I think this would be a good I deal for people
  • Cindi Painter Robinson | August 07, 2017
    I have MS and I feel that Give a lift is a wonderful program. Thankyou for educating all of us. My brother and sister also have MS.
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 07, 2017
      Thank you for the kind words, Cindi.
  • Sue | August 08, 2017
    I would love ❤️ to give a lift to my dear friend Lisa. I would like to lift her each and every day. I think of her often with loving thoughts. Love you 😘 Lisa from the 🌙And back.
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 08, 2017
      We love seeing how supportive you are, Sue.
  • Carol  | August 08, 2017
    I have Multiple Sclerosis for 10 years and it's a constant battle so seeing something uplifting and positive makes my ❤ happy.
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 08, 2017
      We’re happy to hear that you liked the post, Carol.
  • Terrypatterson  | August 12, 2017
    You are awesome
  • Sue | August 12, 2017
    I've had ms for 20 years & I can honestly say summer heat is not any friend of mine. Granted winter can be ghastly, but I can motivate so much easier in the cold..
  • Robin | August 12, 2017
    Hello all ms ers i have had ms 31 yrs. I am so happy to see all these uplifting apps that are available now
  • Nancy | August 17, 2017
    Love your blog I was diagnosed 4 years ago and it is so uplifting and encouraging to hear from others and learn so many great tips to help me in my daily struggle.Thank you all for sharing.
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 18, 2017
      Thank you, Nancy!
  • Mary  | August 23, 2017
    I have some suggestions since I am in a wheelchair and have traveled the long ME road for 20 years. Doorknobs are a good thing to grab if you are off balance. Take the short screws out of the hinges and replace them with 2 1/2 Inc he screws that will go all the way into the 2x4 in the frame and give you a really secure hand hold.
    • Teva's Lift MS Team | August 23, 2017
      Great suggestions, Mary!
  • donna jean | August 31, 2017
    I turn on my oven exhaust fan to pull out heat from my hot house upon arrival home. With a couple choice windows opened about 1/2 way it draws in the cooler air from outside. Within 20 minutes it is comfortable in the house. Close the doors to unused rooms bath, bedrooms til later in eve.