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 not only raise funds to help the more than 21,000 people in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont affected by multiple sclerosis, but 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.
Firefighter Registration Fee: $25
Minimum Firefighter Challenge Fundraising: $150 (per firefighter participant)
Why should I climb with my department?
Climb to the Top is a great motivational tool to achieve personal fitness and wellness goals. Create a team with your department to train with a group, or use your everyday fitness activities to prepare. Train with your own equipment and challenge yourself to perform at your best.
Multiple Sclerosis is an unpredictable disease of the central nervous system that can manifest in several different ways and effect individuals in widely different means. MS can affect both firefighters and their families, often placing them on light-duty or taking them away from their chosen career due to symptoms of the disease. Come support those firefighters with MS, and help raise funds and awareness to create a world free of MS.
Compete with other departments!
Show your department pride and step it up as you race to the top. There will be awards for:
What Qualifies our Department to Participate in the Climb to the Top Boston—Firefighter Challenge?
EMS - Any EMS team is more than welcome in the Firefighter Challenge provided they meet the above requirements.
Lori Grande of WKLB-FM (center) with Firefighters from Holden, Massachusetts