"There is no cure for MS," National MS Society volunteer Sara Cook said.
"Our goal is to raise $40,000 to donate and those funds will go to fund research for a cure," Cook said. "The funds will also go to some of the programs for people living with MS to provide assistance to them for maybe their medications or whatever else they might need."
Many moved with specific people in mind.
"My dad has MS," Cook said. "He was diagnosed in 2007 so we have had a team participate in the walk for six years now."
"The treatments for MS are incredibly expensive and, a lot of times, people have to be on multiple medications to manage their symptoms so it's important that we raise money to help them," Cook said.
However, Cook said these walks move this research one step closer to a cure.
"We want to find a cure so we don't have to do this any more," Cook said.