This summer the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was trending all over the world. Not only did it raise over $115 million dollars for ALS research but raised awareness to those who were not educated about ALS previously. The ice bucket challenge was started by a man named Pete Frates, a BC baseball player who was diagnosed with ALS. He challenged his friends and even celebrities to the ice bucket challenge. The rules of the ice bucket challenge is that when you are nominated to do it you have 24 hours to poor ice cold water above your head and then nominate others to do so. If you do not then you must donate to ALS research.