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Events

Triangle Walk to Defeat ALS

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  • Saturday, April 21, 2018 9am-11:30am
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LOCATION: Halifax Mall - 300 N Salisbury St, Government Complex

Register today by visiting http://web.alsa.org/triangle!

Come out and have some fun for a great cause! The event is family and wheelchair friendly. We will be hosting a follow up awards ceremony with prizes for things such as Most Team Spirit, Most Creative T-shirt, Best Banner, Best Dressed Pet and more!

Funds raised from the Walk to Defeat ALS enable us to:
- Support nearly 800 people living with ALS and their families free of charge
- Fund cutting-edge ALS research around the world. The ALS Association is currently funding more than 120 research projects in eight countries.
- Support all multidisciplinary ALS clinics and centers in North Carolina
- Operate 14 monthly support groups in North Carolina
- Provide financial grants to people living with ALS for in-home care, medical expenses, home accessibility and more
- Provide loaner walkers and wheelchairs free of charge
- Educate health care facilities, hospices and caregivers throughout NC

If you would like to volunteer on Walk Day, please email Chandra@alsnc.org and include which Walk you're interested in volunteering!


Associated Street Closures:

Roads will be closed from 10:00am until 11:30am to facilitate the following route:

- Start at Halifax Mall 
- Left onto Wilmington Street northbound
- Left onto Salisbury Street
- Left onto Jones Street
- Left onto Bloodworth Street
- Left onto Lane Street
- Right onto Person Street
- Right onto Oakwood Avenue
- Left onto Bloodworth Street
- Left onto Polk Street
- Left onto Blount Street
- Right onto Lane Street
- Right onto Wilmington Street to finish at Halifax Mall

Note: Cross-streets will be detoured during walk.