New Jersey Mom, Daughters to Raise Funds for ALS Research with 'Iced Tea Challenge'

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Iced tea is about to get a whole lot sweeter thanks to two remarkable New Jersey girls and their mom.

Many people remember the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but now instead of dumping ice on your head you can add it to a refreshing glass of iced tea for the new ALS Iced Tea Challenge.

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The challenge was created by New Jersey's Rebecca Wetzel and her two young daughters to help get kids involved in helping raise awareness and funds to fight the devastating disease.

The new challenge asks kids of all ages and their parents, to set up a stand and sell glasses of iced tea to raise money for ALS research.

It begins on Sunday, May 6th, and will run until the end of the month.

To learn more or to get involved, visit alsphiladelphia.org.

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