Truebeck’s Team for Tomorrow Attends ALS Walk


Truebeck’s Team for Tomorrow took time on their Saturday to walk for a cure for ALS. All across the world, researchers are pursuing better drugs to assist those with ALS and ultimately find a cure. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.

At the event, dozens of tents stood proud to represent the teams that marched. It was a day filled with lots of hugs, love, and hope.

The walk wound through Coyote Point in San Mateo, providing walkers with splendid views of the Bay. Two paths were available, one three miles long and the other one. Our group leisurely walked the two-mile course and chatted and laughed the whole way!

“It’s an important cause that needs more awareness. We got to meet Kim’s Dad and her Mom, and you definitely felt really good being a part of something like this,” shared Jim Murphy, Preconstruction Executive.

The event raised over $200,000 to fight against ALS!

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