Spread the love by taking a dip in the Atlantic for a great cause.

It may be freezing out, but your heart will stay warm as you "jump in and feel the love."

It's the 18th Annual Valentine Plunge in Manasquan.

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The Joan Darcy and pALS Foundation would LOVE for you to take part in the plunge and we're just days away. It's time to bust out your bathing suit and gather up your friends and family and head to Manasquan this weekend.

4.2 million dollars has been raised over the past 17 years to support the quality of life for those suffering with ALS, according valentinepludge.com. $370,000 was raised last year alone.

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You can visit joandancyandpals.org for more information.

"ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive debilitating disease that attacks nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, resulting in muscle weakness and atrophy. There is no cure."

"Our mission is to help people in our local communities afflicted with ALS by providing a better quality of life for them and their families."

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The 18th Annual Valentine Plunge in Manasquan takes place this Saturday, February 10th on Manasquan's Main Beach, at the end of East Main Street.

Just close your eyes and picture sunny skies and 95 degrees at the Jersey Shore. Run and run fast! You may want to have a towel, hand warmers and some hot chocolate waiting for you when you get out.

To register for the plunge or to donate go to valentinepludge.com. You can register as a group or alone.

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