CHICAGO (CBS) — A Philadelphia man has been putting a new spin on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and he visited Chicago on Sunday as part of a month-long fundraiser.

Larry Kaplan said he hopes to visit 50 states in 30 days, and in each place he stops, he’ll do a bucket challenge that reflects on the area. In Chicago, the theme was pizza, meaning a bucket of sauce, cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms, and onions.

“It was messy. It tasted good. It was not one of the worst buckets I’ve had dumped on me. So I’m appreciative whenever I’m not injured,” he said.

Next, Kaplan will head to Wisconsin, where he’ll have a bucket with 40 pounds of melted cheese dumped on his head.

“I’ve had buffalo wings in New York. That was horrible. I had 10 pounds of sawdust in Louisville, Kentucky. I’ve had clam chowder in New Hampshire,” he said.

Kaplan said he wants to continue raising awareness brought to ALS with the ice bucket challenge, which started in 2014. He hopes to raise $100,000; seven days into his trek, he said he has raised about 10 percent of his goal.