Join us in celebrating 25 years of Walk MS!
The Missoula Walk MS will be at McCormick Park on Saturday, May 30, 2015. All members of the community are invited to join in the festivities at our "Walker Village" as we gather together to move closer to a world free of MS.
Walk MS Missoula Logistics
- The walk begins at 10:00 a.m. rain or shine!
- Accessible parking is available.
- Snacks and water available at Walker Village and rest stops.
- Check out Walk MS vendors and sponsors at the event.
- For the safety of other walkers, please leave your pets at home.
- Wear your best orange outfit to support the MS Movement!
- Volunteer at Walk MS! Contact Cara Chamberlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-373-7490 for more information, or register online.
- You can start or join an existing Walk MS team. If you have already registered, please contact us at teamMSnorthwest@nmss.org and your teams coach will help you out.
- The walk begins and ends at McCormick Park.
- The 2-mile route follows the paved Kim Williams Nature Trail.
- The rest stops are located just before the Higgins Bridge by the Boone and Crockett parking lot and after the Madison Bridge and near the pedestrian bridge at the one mile turn around.
- A 1-mile route option is available.
- The route is on paved, mostly flat walkways and is accessible.
- View the route map.
- Registration is free, but fundraising is encouraged. Raise $100 or more and get a Walk MS T-shirt!
- How to turn in donations:
- Mail to: National MS Society, Greater Northwest Chapter, 192 Nickerson St., Ste. 100, Seattle, WA 98109 (include your name or name of Walk MS participant)
- Online with debit or credit card at walkMS.org.
- In person at Walk MS.
- The 2014 Missoula Walk MS raised over $19,000, which helps to support MS research, local programs, and services and support for people affected by MS. Thank you!
- Learn more about fundraising.
- Download or order fundraising materials.
Questions? Contact Danielle O'Shea at email@example.com or 406-373-7495.
"My biggest reason for walking for the cure for MS is the love of my life, my fiance Mike! MS is one of those things that not too many people know too much about and I think that needs to change! I truly believe there is a cure out there somewhere and I hope and pray it is found soon so no one else has to suffer. Thank you for creating the National MS Society and putting on these events so we can all make a difference!"