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|Close Date||12 hours before the event ends or when space runs out.|
|Age Limit||18 and up|
The Walk MS Northwest Arkansas event supports the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and helps provide much needed services to individuals living with MS. For example: Direct financial assistance to help pay for high electric bills in the summer to ensure they can keep the A/C on, as symptoms of MS often can be exacerbated in the heat, and expensive medication needs to stay chilled. Volunteer
Activities Include: Setting up/taking down the site, putting up banners and decorations, marking the walk routes, etc. (Seated Positions) Taking "walk-up" registration forms, accepting donations on behalf of the MS Society, etc. *Must pass a background check provided by the MS Society. Greeting participants, handing out t-shirts, managing walk route, cheering on participants, managing kids' zone, photo booth, hydration areas, and helping with site tear down.
|Perks||Volunteers receive a free T-shirt and snacks/water during shift(s)|
|Parking Details||Free Parking, Please park behind the office building in the farthest spots, as to leave the closest spots for those with limited mobility. Head to the park and check in under the main pavilion.|
|Causes||Community Health & Medicine Sports & Recreation|
|Skills||Event Planning Fitness Food Distribution Help w/People Race Registration Race Waterstops Recreational Activities|
9 Positions Filled | 5 Impacts | 17 Hours
A few people you will meet...View Details
Location: Veteran's Memorial Park, 4451 N Vantage Dr, Fayetteville, AR 72703
|Set Up and Event Start Shift||Sat, May 07 6:30am||Sat, May 07 10:30am||Help Staff set up the event site and get ready for walk participants to arrive. Start registering participants, taking donations, serving food, and more.||3/15||Over|
|Event and Clean-up Shift||Sat, May 07 8:15am||Sat, May 07 12:00pm||Activities include registering participants, taking donations, serving food, working in the k-9 dog walk zone, kids' zone, and more, as well as helping with site tear down and clean up.||6/15||Over|