Date: March 1, 2014
Location: John Hancock Tower, Boston, Mass.
Registration and Details
The 2013 event season kicked off with Climb to the Top, Boston. Among the more than 400 climbers were a number of local firefighters climbing in full turn-out gear. More than $200,000 was raised. Thanks to Boston Properties for their support and assistance.
On March 1, 2014, participants will climb 61 flights of stairs to the top of the John Hancock Tower, New England’s tallest building. Climb to the Top is a unique event that raises funds to help the nearly 18,000 people in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont affected by multiple sclerosis, a disease of the central nervous system that has no known cause or cure. Your participation in Climb to the Top provides help for today and hope for tomorrow through education, support, advocacy, and research funded by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter.
If you need help, tips, or ideas on how to meet the $250 minimum fundraising, please contact us and we would be more than happy to help you get to your goal.
2012 Race Results
Congratulations to our top finishers and top fundraiser!
- 1st Place Male- Danny Walsh 9:02
- 1st Place Female- Tina Souza 11:19
- 2nd Place Male- Jacob Lipcon 9:06
- 2nd Place Female- Lisa Zagura 11:21
- 3rd Place Male- David Shaff 9:07
- 3rd Place Female- Brooke Goeden 11:21
- Top Fundraiser- Ilana Solomons
We also want to recognize the extraordinary efforts of the firemen who made it up the 1,220 steps wearing all of their equipment and gear. It was truly inspiring to watch them climb to the top with all that extra weight in order to help us win the fight against MS.
A special thank you to our sponsors: Guckenheimer & Blue Glass Café, Radio 102.5, Building Impact, and Link Up.
MS Climb to the Top - Boston