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Walk of Hope for ALS

Walk of Hope for ALS

Date(s) - 09/07/2019
9:00 am - 2:00 pm



The Walk of Hope will STILL be held on Saturday, tomorrow morning. The rain is supposed to be light in early morning and then move off shore in the late a.m. We have prepared! We have ordered more tents to keep our walkers dry.
We have moved registration up to 9:30am and the Walk will kick off at 11:30 am

We are #AngelFundStrong!!!!

We will have plenty of food:
  • Donuts and coffee by Honey Dew
  • Power bars and fruit by Trader Joe’s
  • Pork Sliders and Mocktails by Kings Dining and Entertainment
  • Hot dogs by Old Neighborhood
  • Pizza by Piece O’Pizza Slush by Spadafora and more!!

Gather friends and Family for the Walk of Hope for ALS which will be held on Saturday, September 7th.

The 3.5 Mile walk, at the lower common in Wakefield, MA is a day to walk for those who no longer can.

Registration begins at 9:00 am with the walk stepping off at 11:00 am.

The Walk features the release of doves for those living with ALS for those who lost their courageous battle to the disease.

There is plenty of family activities and refreshments.

Join us!

Download the Brochure here

You can encourage supporters to donate to your team by clicking here

You can collect pledges from friends and family by downloading the pledge sheet here.

Click here to register.


The Walk of Hope for ALS teams are signing up!

Our Teams:

ALS Angels
Amy’s Army
Arthur’s Eagles
Barry’s Buddies
Team Buttercup
Team Tom Colleran
Corvette Gals
Daly Family Team
Demetri Team
Family Making Footprints
George’s Angels
Team Hope
Johnny’s Team
Joyce’s Journey
June’s Joggers
Kelly Krew
KMS 313
Team Luongo
Team Lydon
Margaret’s Marchers
Margie’s Inspirations
Nana’s bananas
No More ALS
Northeastern Finance Team
Patty’s Angels
Pauline’s Pack
Peter’s Pirates
Team Ranman
Team Rossi
Ruth’s Pride
Team Stoneham Bank
Tiger’s Team
Team Toppi
Walk for Lolly
Team Wilfred John


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