Get ready for another great day! The 14th Annual Valentine Plunge – Saturday, February 1, 2020 – we couldn’t do what we do without YOU – registration is open!
We raised over $330,625 in 2019 – many thanks for being there and making it happen – let’s beat that number this year!
About the Valentine Plunge
The plunge is an exciting fundraising event where participants, called Plungers, collect donations for ALS patients in exchange for plunging into the icy Atlantic Ocean.
Registration for the 14th Annual Valentine Plunge opens November 1, 2019. Get ready for one of the best days you’ve ever had – join us at the 14th Annual Valentine Plunge Event!! Get a team together – register as an individual – be a spectator – make a donation – be part of an amazing event! Many thanks to all who participated this past year! We want to make history this year on February 1, 2020. Many thanks to all our supporters! We couldn’t do what we do without YOU. See you all on February 1st at Main Beach in Manasquan!!
Prizes for the 2019 Valentine Plunge were awarded to: (totals on day of plunge)
- The individual who raised the largest amount of money – First Place: Tom Coleman $13,968 and Second Place: Jim Roddy – $8,265
- Team that raised the largest amount of money – First Place: Theresa’s Troops $31,529 and Second Place: Team Tim $24,589
- Most Creative Team Costume – First Place: Mike’s Giants and Second Place: Team Tim – Bury ALS
- Most Creative ALS T-shirt – First Place: Fire Fighters Fighting ALS…in the family no one fights alone and Second Place: Freezin’ For a Reason
- Most money raised by an individual under 18 – First Place: Christopher Autino $2,302 and Second Place: Riley Dunfee $981
Donate directly to the Joan Dancy and PALS Foundation at Hackensack Meridian Health Riverview Medical Center, One Riverview Plaza, P. O. Box 8157, Red Bank, NJ 07701
The Joan Dancy and PALS Foundation was formed in 2005 by Terry Magovern in honor of Joan Dancy, his late fiancé, after she succumbed to ALS. Our mission is to help people in our local communities afflicted with ALS by providing a better quality of life for them and their families.