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Why Raise Funds?
Start A Fundraiser
When you take leadership roles in raising money and awareness, your efforts have a profound impact on ALS research and drug development.
Attend A Fundraiser
Whether you are interested in hosting or attending an event, advocating on social media, the options are limitless! We can't accomplish our mission to end ALS without you.
Make A Donation
Donations are critical when it comes to research and development. It gives us access to new technologies that will allow us to have a breakthrough with a cure.
What Is ALS?
First discovered in 1869, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a fatal progressive neurodegenerative disease. In 1939, Lou Gehrig brought the disease to the public's attention just like the ice bucket challenge has today.
The disease attacks nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Eventually one becomes totally paralyzed losing the ability to breath, talk, eat and care for oneself. People with ALS have a life expectancy of 2-5 years.
1Donate to ALS Research
2Be Part of a Great Cause
3Find The Cure
"I felt like this organization has their eyes on the prize, speed to a cure."
I am committed
"I am committed to give all I can because I know the people at ALS Recovery Fund are committed to give all they can as we research for treatments and a cure."
- Patrick D
Speed To A Cure
"They are undoubtedly sets themselves apart. It's a nimble organization that can react quickly to research opportunities, provide donor confidence through transparency and keeps their main focus on treatments."
- Jose N
Results were delivered
"They put a face on ALS research. I'm sure there is other good research being done, but it's not as accessible as ALS TDI. It means a lot to know they actively make sure the ALS community is central to their work."
- Frank D
How ALS Recovery Fund Helps
Your support has allowed us to provide approximately $1,000,000 to help patients in South Florida through ALS Recovery Fund Patient Care Grants. Additionally, the ALS Recovery Fund contributed $1 million to help fund the Walter Bradley Chair in ALS Research at the UM Miller School of Medicine. $1 million to create the ALS Recovery Fund Research and Clinical Program; and is working towards a $6 million gift to permanently endow the ALS Clinic at the University of Miami.
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