Each year, the ALS Association Evergreen Chapter holds several fundraising events to raise awareness and funds that help provide invaluable services to people living with ALS.
The Walk to Defeat ALS®
is The ALS Association’s biggest annual event, which raises funds to
sustain local care services and support cutting-edge research by the
world’s best and brightest scientists. Each year thousands of supporters come out and participate in one of eight Walks in the Evergreen Chapter Region.
The ALS DoubleDay Ride to Defeat ALS is
an event like none other. Follow the fabulous bike routes (there are several levels to choose from) that wind
through the Skagit Valley, feast on pasta, fundraise for families with
ALS. It's always the last weekend in July and you'll have the best time
ever. This year, we are featuring our NEW Silver Valley Ride to Defeat ALS which takes place on the historic and scenic Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes in June.
Visualize a world without ALS benefit luncheon This Seattle-in-springtime event is geared especially
for the business lunch set. The hour & a half program includes
inspirational speakers and presentations in great hotel
settings. Perfect for colleagues and co-workers to help them understand
ALS, its impact on families and ways they can help. This year, in Spokane, we are featuring, the NEW Buckets of Hope evening event of fun to enjoy the company of colleagues and friends to fill buckets of hope for those living with ALS.
Thinking of starting your own event to raise funds for ALS? Why not check out our One Dollar Difference page?
Even though it's easy to set up, not everyone is web savvy. We all have
different talents! So let Nichole do all the heavy lifting and get your
event started today. Email or phone her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, Port Madison Enterprises, for sponsoring the Walk to Defeat ALS® in 2013!
We have customized sponsorship packages for companies who want to make a difference in our community of people living with ALS.All locations (Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska) Robin Hartman, Development Director 1-866-STOP.ALS or email@example.com