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Join us as we raise awareness about ALS and the people affected by it. Together we can raise awareness of the disease, share stories from loved ones living with ALS, show support for caregivers, families, and shine a spotlight on those who dedicate their lives to finding a cure. Sign up for the ALS Awareness 5K/10K, complete it anytime and anywhere, and help give back to a great cause! Every entry gets you a custom high-quality shirt that you’ll love to wear with pride, a cool finisher medal, along with a donation to ALS Association to help make ALS livable for everyone, everywhere, until a cure is found.
There is no cure for ALS, but there is HOPE.
Anytime and anywhere! The ALS Awareness 5K/10K can be completed in your own neighborhood, on your favorite running trail, at the park, or even on the treadmill. Sign up and get your friends to sign-up too! #ALSAwareness5K10K #IRun4Movement
The ALS AWARENESS 5K/10K is another event in the I RUN 4 MOVEMENT virtual running series. The ALS AWARENESS 5K/10K gives you the opportunity to help raise awareness and funds for the ALS Association to help make ALS livable for everyone, everywhere, until a cure is found.
Founded in 2018, I RUN 4 MOVEMENT has hosted more than 150+ premier virtual events celebrating with Runners, Joggers, and Walkers across the country. Join the I Run 4 Movement family today and become part of a growing community that is Staying Fit, Having Fun, and Giving Back to their Favorite Charities by participating in Virtual Runs. WE CAN'T WAIT TO CELEBRATE WITH YOU!
ALS is a progressive disease in which a person’s brain loses connection with the muscles, slowly taking away their ability to walk, talk, eat, and eventually breathe. There is no cure for ALS, but there is hope. Our community comes together to raise awareness of the disease, share stories from people living with ALS, show our support for caregivers, families, and care workers, and shine a spotlight on those who dedicate their lives to finding a cure.
We are committed to making ALS livable for everyone, everywhere, until a cure is found. And we want YOU to join us. Your support helps accelerate research, advocate for policy change, and provide critical care for families impacted by ALS.
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