TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Volunteers were painting Wabash Avenue orange Sunday.
It's to raise awareness about multiple sclerosis.
A dozen people were out painting the letters MS at the intersection of Fifth Street and Wabash.
Organizers say they want people to be reminded how important research is for this disease.
"Unfortunately, multiple sclerosis does not have a cure yet. And we need to find a cure. We need to keep raising money so we can continue to do research and hopefully find a cure for ms," said Veronica Corona, special events coordinator.
Organizers say they're currently raising money for their upcoming walk on September 14 at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods college.
For information on how you can sign up, head to their website .
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