Save the Date: March 7, 2015
Location: John Hancock Tower, 200 Clarendon St., Boston, MA
Please join us on March 7, 2015 for the National MS Society, Greater New England Chapter’s 6th annual Climb to the Top Boston! Climb to the Top Boston is a unique stair climb event that attracts over 500 participants who raise funds to help the more than 21,000 people in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont affected by multiple sclerosis. Participants showcase their commitment to a World Free of MS by climbing more than 1200 steps in New England’s tallest building—the John Hancock Tower.
There are many ways to become involved in the Climb, but it’s more fun with friends! Create a team and recruit friends, family, neighbors, co-workers or anyone else who is will to accept the challenge of the stairs!
Want to participate, but want to take your time to the top? No problem; Climb to the Top Boston offers “General”, “Competitive” and “Firefighter” participant levels. All individuals regardless of fitness levels are encouraged to participate, so whether you’re a seasoned veteran of Climb, or tackling your first flight, there is something for everyone. Additionally, Climb is a great way to work towards personal fitness and wellness goals and is similar in distance to running a 5k road race.
We climb for those who can’t. Multiple Sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system that has no known cause or cure. While 61 flights of stairs might seem daunting, it can’t be compared to the challenges faced everyday by those that live with MS. Your participation in Climb to the Top Boston provides help for today and hope for tomorrow through education, support, advocacy, and research funded by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter.
Climb to the Top Boston features:
Are you a Career, Call/Per Diem or Volunteer Firefighter? We would love to have your department showcased at Climb to the Top Boston! Please see our Firefighter Challenge for Climb to the Top Boston! No department is too big or too small; we have both city and rural, career and volunteer departments that participate. Climb is a great way to build company morale and training—train with your equipment and ignite some healthy competition between departments!
Please contact Jared Wayne, Event Manager and Firefighter at email@example.com for additional information on how your department can participate in the Climb to the Top Boston—Firefighter Challenge.
If you need help, tips, or ideas on how to meet the $250 minimum fundraising, please contact us and we would be more than happy to help you get to your goal.
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A special thank you to our sponsors: Guckenheimer & Blue Glass Café, Radio 102.5, Building Impact, and Link Up.