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Angel Fund Fundraising Events

Squirrel Run XXIII – Cancelled

Due to the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic, and the orders from Gov. Baker about social distancing we felt the Squirrel Run XXIII should be cancelled for this year.

 

We do however, encourage our wonderful supporters that have come to our walk/race every year to honor Jimmy Kennedy, and the Kennedy family to participate in the two virtual road races that will benefit The Angel Fund.

 

These races will held virtually this year – Harpoon 5 Miler on May 17th and the Sharon Timlin Memorial Race to Cure ALS on June 20th.

 

If you so choose, you may donate to The Angel Fund in memory of Jimmy Kennedy.

 

Thank you all for your support. We will all get through this time together.

 

 

 

The Sharon Timlin Virtual 5K – A Race to Cure ALS

For the past 17 Years the Sharon Timlin Memorial Event has been both a celebration of community and a substantial fundraiser supporting ALS research.

The Timlin Committee has been planning for a live event this June, however, for the safety of the community we have decided to shift our event to a virtual platform this year. It was a decision that did not come easily, but ultimately the health and wellbeing of our participants, volunteers, local community and staff is of utmost importance to us.

Therefore, rather than gathering runners and walkers together on the Timlin 5K race route, participants can run 3.1 miles between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm on Saturday, June 20th on any route of their choosing (except for the Timlin route, as we need to avoid gatherings of large groups).

Learn more here:

Boston Marathon 2020

 

The Angel Fund for ALS Research Boston Marathon team has stepped up to run 26.2 miles on September 14th. We are fortunate to have four amazing runners to run to help in the fight to Cure ALS.

 

Thank you to our runners:

Matt Bergin,  running his 30th Boston Marathon;

Meghan Osterlind running her 18th Boston Marathon,

Russell Becker running his 9th Boston Marathon and

Marty Levenson running his 2nd Boston Marathon.

You can help us get closer to a cure by supporting our runners.

Angel Fund supporters make a difference in fighting ALS, and you can be one of them.