Georgia State Stadium ( Old Turner Field )
Walk Check-in: 8:30 AM
Walk Start: 10:30 AM ( Opening Ceremonies @ 10:00AM )
Important Information & Team Resources
Message from your Walk Manager, Brittany Brown:
Hi Friends! My name is Brittany and I am the Manager for The Walk to Defeat ALS here in Georgia. I am here to guide you through your Walk journey, answer questions, provide support and help you reach your Walk goals!
I am so thrilled you have decided to participate in this year's Walk. 2021 is a monumental year for our Chapter as we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Georgia Walk to Defeat ALS!
With a fresh perspective, newfound energy and strong sense of togetherness, I look forward to a successful year as we continue to raise funds and awareness to support our families battling ALS.
This page will be your go-to for all updated Walk Day information, tips, tricks & resources, so be sure to check back frequently.
I am here to help with anything you need, so please don't hesitate to reach out!
2021 Walk Day Details:
In accordance with federal, state & local guidelines, we invite you to safely gather with us for this year's Walk at Georgia State Stadium!
For those who would like to participate virtually, or host your own mini-walk locally, we will be live streaming the Opening Ceremonies, so no matter your location, we will all be walking together as one!
As September approaches, decisions regarding Walk Day details may be subject to change in order to mitigate individual & community health risks, so stay tuned for updates!
The Walk will be held at Georgia State Stadium ( Old Turner Field ) on Saturday, September 25th!
Below are some helpful links and tips to get you started!
Resources, Tips & Tools
Your go-to guide for everything Walk related. It contains interesting ideas, helpful tips, and chapter contact information.
Team Captain Guide
Check out this guide to help you learn about your role as a Team Captain
WALK DAY FAQ - UPDATED
Your answers to the most frequently asked questions about Walk Day!
Fundraising Facts & Tips - Infographic
Quick stats on fundraising & tips on how to be successful!
2020 Georgia Chapter Impact Report
See firsthand how your support in 2020 helped our chapter to continue providing programs and services to our families battling ALS.
Creating Your Facebook Fundraiser
Step-by-step guide on creating and publishing your Facebook fundraiser through your participant center.
Participant Center Guide
Whether you are new to the Walk or need a refresher, this document will guide you through how to utilize your personal Participant Center!
Memory Jogger Checklist
Having trouble thinking of people to reach out to for support? Use this checklist to help brainstorm/remember those you may have forgotten to ask!
Mail-In Donation Form
If you're making a cash or check donation, complete this form and mail to our office along with your donation.
My Walk Supporters Pledge Sheet
Print this worksheet out and keep track of your donations!
Are you mailing your donations to The ALS Association before the Walk? Help them out and fill out a deposit slip!
Fundraising Ideas - COMING SOON
Check this out if you are in need of some fundraising ideas!
Fundraising tools at your fingertips
We've Gone Mobile!
Your fundraising has gone mobile thanks to the Walk to Defeat ALS mobile & tablet app. Now you can fundraise on the go by sending emails, monitoring your fundraising progress and updating your page.
Only participants who've raised $90 will get a t-shirt. This benefit is awarded to individuals, not teams or donors, so make sure the donations to your personal fundraising record add up!
In addition to working toward one for yourself, you should spread the word to encourage your friends, family, and coworkers to earn their very own shirt.
Make sure you become of a fan of our Chapter on Facebook to receive information about fundraising contests, shout outs to outstanding teams and walkers, and important Walk Day details!