WALK MS 2016 was a success! As with previous events, my favorite part is walking around the corner to check in and being enveloped in a sea of orange and so many beaming faces! It’s such an honor to walk for those who cannot and alongside other people who are walking (or rolling!) with MS, as well as the people who love them.

Thanks to you, I was able to raise and incredible $4125 (against a goal of $3500) towards furthering research and treatment options for those living with RRMS, SPMS, PPMS, and PRMS–that’s over quadruple my already ambitious goal of $1000 three years ago! Every single dollar truly makes an impact. THANK YOU!

Please enjoy this video (make sure you’re settings are so that you can see it in HD) as a small and humble token of my gratitude:



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3 thoughts on “WE DID IT!

  1. Susan Lesperance

    Cat, as you know, I shared your video post on Facebook with my family and friends as I found it inspiring. In fact, some of them joined in and donated to Team Bruised Apple for your MS 2016 Walk. You are awesome…keep doing all the things you have been doing…sharing your MS journey, educating us and showing us your strength through it all. You are amazing. So proud of you.


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