Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Say hello to Durham Northumberland Chapter

Oshawa, Ontario Office

P.O. Box 27029
Oshawa, Ontario
L1G 0A3

Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The above is a mailing address only. The Durham Northumberland Chapter is mobile! Please call to make an appointment.


About this Chapter

Debbie Hunter: Programs & Services Coordinator who is available weekly from Monday to Friday. You can reach Debbie at debbie.hunter@mssociety.ca or 905-626-8654

Kailey O'Neill: Fundraising & Community Outreach Coordinator who is available weekly from Monday to Friday. You can reach Kailey at kailey.oneill@mssociety.ca or 905-626-8718

The Durham Northumberland Chapter Board currently has nine members:

  • Elaine McDade: Chair
  • Christine Bayer: Treasurer
  • Mike Roche: Social Action Director
  • Marilyn Marsh: Programs and Services Director
  • David Reid: Public Relations Director
  • Amanda Murray: Social Action Co-Director
  • Jim Marsh: Fundraising Co-Director
  • Rae MacCullouh: Fundraising Co-Director
  • Position Available: Vice-Chair
  • Position Available: Volunteer Director
  • Position Available: Director of Education
  • Position Available: Secretary

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    Caregiver Education EventCaregiver Education Event Monday, March 20 , 2017 Amica in Thornhill 546 Steeles Avenue West Thornhill, ON L4J 1A2 Presenter: Eleanor Silverberg...
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