Walk MS Your Way

Why Walk MS?

Enjoy the experience of a lifetime with Walk MS

Walk MS brings together passionate people from communities across the country to rally for a world free of MS. Last year, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 100,000 participants came together to give a voice to the MS movement and bring us closer to a cure, collectively raising over $24 million to change the world for everyone affected by this disease.

Together, we are stronger. Together, we will end MS forever.

The Walk MS Experience

How Walk MS Works

Walk MS celebrates the resiliency of the nearly 1 million people living with MS in the United States. Each step you take will sync with the step of thousands of others to make a difference like never before.

No matter why you’re walking – whether it’s for your mother, uncle, friend or simply to be a part of something greater – this year’s Walk MS lets you walk for your why, your way. Go for a stroll around your neighborhood with your family or gather your team at a park for an experience that’s uniquely yours.

Every step will be backed by a supportive community. You’ll have access to a library of tools and resources to help you fundraise, grow your team and connect with others in communities everywhere. No matter how or where you walk, all routes come together to end MS forever.

Welcome to an experience unlike any other. Welcome to Walk MS.

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Living with MS

How Walk MS Works

For participants diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Walk MS is an opportunity to learn about National MS Society services and to connect with others living with MS.

The Living with MS program, nationally sponsored by Sanofi Genzyme, honors those who are diagnosed with MS and participate in Walk MS.

Upon registration, indicate you are living with multiple sclerosis and you will receive a Walk MS Living with MS T-shirt.

For more information about the Living with MS program, contact us at walkMS@nmss.org.


Sanofi Genzyme

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Making a Difference

The National MS Society is the largest private funder of MS research in the world, investing more than $1 billion to date.