Walk MS 2018

Together We Are Stronger.

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Walk MS Details

Date: April 21, 2018

Start/Finish Location: Maria Carrillo High School - 6975 Montecito Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95409

Time: Registration opens at 8am | Walk starts at 9am

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Walk to create a world free of MS

Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Together, we become a powerful force. And with every step we take, every dollar we raise ... we're that much closer. Together, we will end MS forever.

Join us for Walk MS: Santa Rosa on April 21, 2018.

Our how-to videos will help you become a fundraising pro and exceed your goals in no time!

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Walk MS: Fueling Progress

Progress: 1.3909%

Goal $92,169.00 Achieved $1,282.00

Top Teams

  1 -  Marvelous Marinites ($870.00)
  2 -  Team Cecilia ($325.00)
  3 -  Gina "Bear" ($87.00)

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Top Participants

  1 -  Lisa Cohen ($770.00)
  2 -  Marjorie Bohn ($225.00)
  3 -  Jim Bohn ($100.00)
  4 -  Anita Shaw ($100.00)
  5 -  Cheryl Sanfilippo ($87.00)

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Walk MS: Santa Rosa

raised

$93,039.25

in 2017 to fund critical services, groundbreaking research and move us closer to a world free of MS.

290
PEOPLE

made Walk MS: Santa Rosa a success in 2017.

MS Ambassador - Jessica Myers

Mark Forrette

My mom, Donna Clot, is the reason I am so passionate about helping to find a cure for multiple sclerosis. My mom passed away from MS on March 13th, 2013 after battling MS for 37 years. She was diagnosed at the young age of 17 after being tested for numbness in her legs. My mom’s older sister was also diagnosed with MS about 20 years ago. My mom has always tried to raise awareness ever since I can remember. When I was younger, I really did not have an understanding of MS, but I made it a goal to learn more since it affected my family in many different ways. My mom’s MS has changed my life, but I’m okay with that. It helped me grow into the person I am today.

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