Walk MS Details
Date: April 22, 2018
Start/Finish Location: Justin Herman Plaza - Steuart St. and Market St., San Francisco, CA 94158
Time: Registration opens at 8am | Walk starts at 9am
Online Registration Closed
Updated | Friday, April 20
Online registration is now closed for Walk MS: San Francisco. It's not too late to join us! You can sign-up at the registration tent the morning of the event. For any questions, please contact the Fundraising Support Center at 855-372-1331 or by email at FundraisingSupport@nmss.org. See you there!
Walk to create a world free of MS.
Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Together, we become a powerful force. And with every step we take, every dollar we raise...we're that much closer. Together, we will end MS forever.
Join us for Walk MS: San Francisco on April 22, 2018.
Getting Here and Parking
Participants are encouraged to take public transportation if possible. Click here for public transit options in the Bay Area. Reminder, BART does not open until 8:00 a.m. on Sundays. All-day parking is available at Embarcadero Three and Embarcadero Four garages for a flat rate of $10. The Walk MS prize booth has discounted coupons. Please ask for a coupon there.
Click here for a Map.
THANK YOU TO OUR PREMIER NATIONAL SPONSOR:
Registration for this event is now closed.
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Walk MS: San Francisco
in 2017 to fund critical services, groundbreaking research and move us closer to a world free of MS.
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Julie Spotts – MS Ambassador
My story begins right at my 50th birthday. I had become clumsy and my equilibrium was way off. My co-workers insisted I go to the doctor and I chose a neurologist because I assumed it had something to do with my head! After chatting with him for awhile, the first thing he said was "Well, we have to find out what's wrong but at least we know you don't have MS." I replied that I guessed that was good, but what made him say that. He said "Oh you're way too old!" Not knowing whether to be insulted or relieved, I suggested we get on with it! Five months of testing and finally a spinal tap and I had a positive diagnosis of MS…
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