ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Progress



Each year, the ALS Association, Saint Louis Regional Chapter holds several fundraising events to raise awareness and funds that help provide invaluable services to people living with ALS. Our events raise funds and increase awareness to help The ALS Association fund vital cutting-edge research and our patient services program. Come join the fun and help make a difference!


Friday, November 15, 2019
Marriott St. Louis Grand, 800 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63101

Join us Friday, November 15 at the Marriott St. Louis Grand and celebrate the five year anniversary of the Ice Bucket Bash and the national phenomenon that put ALS in the public eye and inspired this event, the Ice Bucket Challenge! You won't want to miss this energetic, ice-themed party that puts St. Louis celebrities in the hot seat and under a bucket of icy cold water. Ice Bucket Bash attendees will experience fun, interactive elements for guests to explore. Enjoy frosty signature drinks and a three-course meal suitable for any ice queen or king! All funds raised from this event will support critical programs that improve the quality of life for people and families living with ALS. Among the challenges that come with ALS is the struggle to continue everyday activity in the same way people affected by ALS have done their whole lives up until their diagnosis. With your support, we can change their entire experience with ALS. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit, or contact Elizabeth Roe at or 314-432-7257 ext. 226.

Thank you to our sponsors World Wide Technology, The Steward Family Foundation, Centene Charitable Foundation, Emerson, Keeley Companies, and The St. Louis Cardinals.



Thank you to everyone who joined us on Sunday, September 8 for the rescheduled Springfield Walk to Defeat ALS at Southwind Park. We raised over $168,000 and had over 400 people gathered together on a mission to help fight ALS. If you couldn't join us in person, the website is still taking donations.
This event wouldn't have been possible without the support of our amazing sponsors—presenting sponsor The Jane and Mark Calmes Family, Ameren Illinois, Memorial Health System, Warren-Boynton State Bank, and BRANDT. Also, thank you to all the teams that fund-raised and participated and the volunteers who helped on event day.

We hope you will join us for next year’s Springfield Walk to Defeat ALS®. Through your participation, you are helping us create a world without ALS.


A big thank you to everyone who came out on Saturday, June 22, 2019, for the 20th Annual Walk to Defeat ALS despite the rain and thunderstorms. If you were not able to attend on Saturday and you need to turn in donations, they can be mailed to the ALS Office at 2258 Weldon Parkway, St. Louis, MO 63146. Please be sure to include a note with your name and team name. The website is still taking donations as well.

Thank you to our event sponsors Dowd Bennett, Permobil Cares, Raymond James, Compassionate Nursing Services, Numotion, Southern Bus & Mobility, United Access, The Family of Ray Van de Riet Sr., Missouri Foundation for Health, Alliance Rehab & Medical Equipment, Bethesda, and Wells Fargo Advisors.


Despite the heat we had a great time August 19 raising funds and awareness for The ALS Association. Golfers enjoyed playing at the prestigious Sunset Country Club followed a dinner and auction. We raised over $80,000 with 126 golfers taking part in this year’s event. A round of golf was followed by a moving evening featuring Terry Swinnen sharing his journey with ALS. Our sincere appreciation and thank you to our sponsors, participants, golf committee, and the event day volunteers for their involvement, generosity and support at this year’s Tournament we could not accomplish this without their dedication and support.
Thank you to our Sponsors: Associated Bank, The Family and Friends of Wayne Barber, Sr., Permobil, Alliance Rehab, Aero Charter, Lockton Midwest / Healthcare Division, Barber Murphy Group, GFI Digital, John Rothkopf, Numotion,, RN Services Private Duty Care, St. Louis Trust Company, Wine-Tapa, Wood Financial Group and Wolff and Taylor PC.


Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday, August 17 in historic Kimmswick, Missouri, for the 9th Annual Keep Your Eyes on the Pies Kimmswick 5K, presented by the Blue Owl Restaurant and Bakery. We raised over $25,000 and had over 500 people gathered together on a mission to fight ALS in memory of Nancy Ratliff and everyone affected by ALS.

This event wouldn't be possible without the support of our amazing sponsors—presenting sponsor The Blue Owl Restaurant and Bakery, Jefferson Country Running Club, Ariix/TrueStar Health, Home Service Oil, The Material Works, Peggy Swisher & The Christmas House, Town of Kimmswick, Brockmiller Construction, Precision Dental, and First Baptist Church of Arnold.
Again, thank you and we hope you will join us for next year’s Kimmswick 5K. Through your participation, you are helping us create a world without ALS.


A Community Partner event is a fundraising activity that is organized and managed by a family, group or individual who is acting independent of The ALS Association St. Louis Regional Chapter. Examples of Community Partner events might include; golf outings, bike rides, auctions, raffles, walks or runs.
Click here for more information and a schedule of community partner events.

If you have questions or are interested in hosting your own event please contact us at 1-888-873-8539 or email