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2020 Virtual Walks to Defeat ALS






Saturday September 12, 2020 @ 8:30 A.M.

On September 12th The North Carolina Walks to Defeat ALS are coming to wherever you call home! Find out more at alsnc.org!

We’re excited to announce all 2020 Walks to Defeat ALS are now coming to your neighborhood! To prioritize safety, and as we all do our part to practice physical distancing, all original Walk dates have now been transitioned into one virtual event on Saturday, September 12th. We will come together across North Carolina on One day with One goal: To Create A World Without ALS.

We invite you to join us virtually and ‘Walk Your Way’ from the safety of your own community on Saturday, September 12th. Walk your way means we invite you to get creative and do what you and your team enjoy. So whether you decide to walk, bike, run, ride, drive, swim, game, eat, or drink: the choice is yours!
We will provide participating Walk teams with resources to make your team’s experience special and meaningful. With the potential for 500 “mini-walks” we look forward to this being the single largest day of ALS awareness in North Carolina history!

Stay Tuned: More details coming soon!

Together for a cure,

Christine Duque
Director of Development, Greensboro & Triangle Walks

Leah Strom
Development Manager, Down East & Wilmington Walks

Gerald Talley
Director of Development, Charlotte & Winston-Salem Walks

Even more so in times of crisis, programs and services to support families affected by ALS are broadly and urgently needed.
ALS is relentless; it doesn’t stop for COVID-19 and the impact of ALS is felt by those in our community every day. We won’t let COVID-19 prevent us from assisting families or stop our fight against this disease. Register today to help unlock ALS and drive bold and urgent innovation as we advance toward a cure for ALS.


Our mission is to lead the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.


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