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2013 Capital Challenge Walk 50K
September 21, 2013 - September 22, 2013
It’s that time again – that crazy weekend where we get together to walk, volunteer, cheer, and celebrate our fight for a cure for multiple sclerosis. Regardless of whether this is your first time out or you are an MS is BS veteran, come and join us as we march to the Capitol Lawn.
- When: September 21 and 22
- Where: The 2012 Challenge Walk route took participants through the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and ended at the U.S. Capitol in an incredible demonstration of strength and unity. More information about the 2013 route will be posted as it is confirmed.
How It Works
We’ve already paid the fees to register, so if you join Team MS is BS, it’s free to sign up. There are different roles that you can sign up for:
- If you sign up as a Crew -Volunteer, you work as a volunteer on the day of the event with no fundraising minimum. Our Crew Members typically work our signature MS is BS rest stop.
- If you sign up as a Super Crew – Volunteer, you volunteer for the event and you raise a minimum of $1500 for the team.
- If you sign up as a Challenge Walker (Team Reg Fee Paid by Captain), you raise a minimum of $1500 and walk 50K through MD, DC and VA.
If you cannot join us, but would like to make a tax-deductible donation to help with the team’s fundraising, you can do so by clicking on the button below.
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100% of the proceeds of our fundraising efforts that go to this walk are donated to the National MS Society. In 2008, the National MS Society will invest $49 million into MS research projects in the U.S. and abroad, supporting over 440 new and ongoing research projects. Between its inception in 1946 and the end of 2008, the Society will have invested a cumulative $600 million. $0.78 of every dollar funds programs, education, advocacy, and research and $0.22 of every dollar covers fundraising and administration costs.