Walk to Defeat ALS
The Walk to Defeat ALS is an annual event held in communities across Massachusetts and throughout the country. Each local walk is between one and three miles in length and is a positive and uplifting day with food, games and activities for the whole family. It is our way of raising awareness of ALS and critical funds for those affected by ALS. Participants raise money through donations from friends, family, coworkers, or neighbors. You can join as an individual or a team, most people create teams to honor or show support of their loved ones with ALS.
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Ride to Defeat ALS
The Ride to Defeat ALS is an annual event held in Wayland, MA at the Longfellow Health Club. Cyclists can choose to participate in the 10, 25, 50, or 70 mile course, and motorcyclists can participate in a 25 mile course. Ride is our way of raising awareness of ALS and funds for those affected by ALS. Ride day concludes with a complimentary lunch, a beer garden for those 21+, live music, and awards. You can join as an individual or a team, most people create teams to honor or show support of their loved ones with ALS.
The CEO Soak is a "grown up" version of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to engage local corporate and higher education leadership to get soaked while raising money and awareness to benefit The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter.
Contact Ashley Carrier for more information.
Interested in running the prestigious Boston Marathon? Each year, our marathon team raises essential funds for our chapter so we can continue our mission. Apply for a bib to run for The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter.
Third Party Events
Starting your own fundraising event is a great way to raise both funds and awareness for The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter. Honor a loved one affected by ALS by creating an event to benefit people living with ALS across the state. From large benefit dinners, to simple lemonade stands, all events help advance our mission.
Start your own fundraiser today.
Are you interested in volunteering with The ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter? Contact us today to get started.