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Date(s): May 7, 2017
Start/Finish Location: Downtown Folsom, Sutter St. Plaza
Time: Registration opens at 8am | Walk starts at 9am
THANK YOU! Thank you to every Walk MS participant, volunteer, donor and sponsor who helped to make this a successful event. Thanks to you, this year we expect to surpass the $1 billion milestone in funds raised through Walk MS since its inception. Together, we are accelerating progress in making life-changing breakthroughs so that each person with MS can live her or his best life. Online donations in support of Walk MS will continue to be accepted. Participants who have additional checks to turn in can mail them to:
National MS Society
1700 Owens Street
San Francisco, CA 94158
Additional thanks to our local presenting sponsor, Biogen.
Walk MS online registration is now closed, but you can still come out and register in person at Walk MS on Sunday. Walk MS will be held Downtown Folsom, Sutter St. Plaza, Sutter St. and Decatur St., Folsom, California 95630. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. and we walk at 9 a.m., rain or shine. Please join us and nearly 550 Walk MS participants in the fight against MS. Together we are stronger!
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Registration for this event is now closed.
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in 2016 to fund critical services, groundbreaking research and move us closer to a world free of MS.
made Walk MS: Folsom a success in 2016.
My name is Kristin Bicocca. I’m a woman, mother, wife, sister, friend, doctor, photographer, and I have MS. When I was told in 2011 that I have MS, the first picture that jumped into my mind was one of a fat, depressed woman in a wheelchair. I had not heard of MS since 1992 when I had a 45-minute talk about it in medical school, which was the extent of my education on the disease. At that time, there were no disease modifying therapies, so the outlook was not good. I was about to get a crash course in 20 years of MS research.
If you are interested in partnering with the Walk MS: Folsom, please contact Chelsea Denton at Chelsea.Denton@nmss.org.