You may have noticed a lot of people dumping cold ice water on their heads to help raise awareness for ALS.
You yourself may have been called out by a friend or family member.
Well, some television personalities here at KDKA-TV have taken the challenge as well!
The Ice Bucket Challenge is a huge success, according to the ALS Association.
If you don't accept, you have to donate $100. However, many are donating even after accepting the challenge.
A spokesperson for the association says a total of $15.6 million has been raised nationwide since July 29.
Last year, during the same time period, the association had raised $1.1 million.
If you'd like to make a donation to the ALS Association, visit their website here.
Rick Dayton's Ice Bucket Challenge
Rick issued the challenge to Jon Burnett, Ross Guidotti and Pittsburgh Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle!
Jon Burnett's Ice Bucket Challenge
Jon accepted Rick's challenge and passed it on to Dennis Bowman, Kristine Sorensen and Chef Bill Fuller!
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Jeff Verszyla's Ice Bucket Challenge
John Shumway's Ice Bucket Challenge
Dennis Bowman's Ice Bucket Challenge
Dave Crawley's Ice Bucket Challenge
Marty Griffin's Ice Bucket Challenge
Marty Griffin and Chairman and CEO of Howard Hanna Holdings, Hoddy Hanna take the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS. Marty was at the Howard Hanna Mt. Lebanon office for a live broadcast during his Marty Party Town Tour.
They have received the Ice Bucket Challenge from others and have decided to take the challenge together in support of those with ALS.
'How can you turn down an invitation from such a gracious host as Hoddy Hanna. So, if Hoddy takes the plunge, so must I,' Marty said.
Marty nominated his wife, Kristine Sorenson and Hoddy nominates Bill Pietragallo, founding partner of Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP. Chris Gessner, President of Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and Coleen O'Brien, Chairman of the Children's free care fund foundation.
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