Triangle ALS Walk

The North Carolina Anthro Society is partnering with the North Carolina chapter of the ALS association in their fight to defeat ALS. Our goal is to raise $2,500 in support of their mission to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest. Join us for the Triangle ALS walk on Saturday, April 15, 2023. Fursuits are welcome before, after, and during the walk.

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Registration is not required to participate. However, we strongly encourage you register at the Team Dogbomb page. This helps the ALS Association know how many people will be attending the walk and plan accordingly.


Parking is available at:

For members with disabilities, parking is also available at the Phillips Building (109 E North St, Raleigh, NC 27601).


Do I need to donate to walk?

No! The walk is open to everyone.

Are fursuits allowed?

Yes! Fursuits are welcome before, during, and after the walk. The walk itself will be on a closed public road (like a parade). We recommend having a handler with you.

Can I do anything else to help out?

We may need water and some other supplies for fursuiters. Email us at if you’re interested in bringing something. We will also need handlers during the walk to assist fursuiters and carry water.

Where do I park?

Halifax Mall is located in downtown Raleigh. There are public parking areas in the vicinity that will be open to use. You should plan on walking a couple blocks after parking.

Do I need to bring anything to the event or otherwise do anything to prepare?

Make sure to wear good shoes for the walk and bring water!

What do I do once I've gotten there?/Where are we meeting up?

NCAS will have a canopy set up on the mall. Look for the NCAS logo and banner!

How long is the walk?

2 miles.

What happens if it rains?

The walk will happen rain or shine.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes! But owners are responsible for ensuring their dogs are well behaved.