Caruso’s The Grove partnered with Race to Erase MS, an organization dedicated to the treatment and cure of Multiple Sclerosis, for the annual We Run The Grove event, a 13.1 Mile Run and 10k / 5k that took place on Sunday, June 4.

Jack Osbourne and Bryan Greenberg
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Among those who attended were honorary chair Jack Osbourne, Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis, performer Siedah Garrett, and attendee Bryan Greenberg.

All ticket proceeds benefited Race to Erase MS and their Center Without Walls program, a unique collaboration of the world’s leading MS research scientists on the cutting-edge of innovative research and therapeutic approaches to treat MS. We Run The Grove followed the Race to Erase MS’ star-studded annual gala on May 5 that honored actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler and featured a performance by legendary rock band Chicago; the evening raised $1.6 million for the cause.

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