Give the Gift of CARE
Make your year-end tax-deductible gift today! By supporting The ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter, you are giving the gift of help and hope to those living with ALS in 24 counties in Northern California. Your donation ensures that we can continue to provide localized care service programs free-of-charge, while also funding advocacy initiatives, research to find treatments and a cure for ALS, and education and outreach programming in the New Year. Thank you for your incredible generosity and opening your hearts this holiday season.
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Read our 2018 Annual Report!
The generous contributions of our donors, sponsors, and community partners make a difference in the lives of those living with ALS every day. Because of your support, The ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter continues to grow our service offerings and reach new heights in the fight against ALS. We are committed to transparently reporting on our activities and associated financial costs. Take a moment to read our newly released 2018 Annual Report to learn more about how your support has impacted the ALS community.
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Combat ALS--Become A Sustaining Member Today!
May is ALS Awareness Month and we're looking to build an army of supporters to enable us to continue the mission of finding a cure for ALS. For a limited time, the first 50 people to join us in combatting ALS will receive an exclusive sustaining member gift.
Its simple, sign up as a sustaining member in the fight against ALS with a monthly donation of $25-- that's less than $1 a day! To honor your commitment to a cure, we will send you our exclusive Combat ALS California camo ball cap!
JOIN TEAM CHALLENGE ALS
Team Challenge ALS is the ALS Association's comprehensive endurance program to help fight ALS. Combine your passion and commitment to finding a cure for ALS while achieving physical challenges by participating in athletic events, such as marathons, triathlons, cycling events, swimming events, winter sports, obstacle races and other endurance activities.
There are multiple ways to join Team ALS including registering for a Ride to Defeat ALS or a Ski to Defeat ALS, joining a Team Challenge ALS chapter sponsored team or creating a fundraising page for an independent endurance event of your choice.
For more information, contact Fundraising and Special Events Manager Stefanie Daniels at email@example.com or 916-979-9265 for more info.
CREATE A BIRTHDAY FACEBOOK FUNDRAISER
Did you know that you can create a fundraising campaign to support local families affected by ALS? Many of your facebook friends celebrate their birthday by raising funds in support of causes that are near and dear to their heart-now you can too!
Join your friends, family and fellow philanthropists in creating a fundraiser for The ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter in support of those currently living with ALS. It's easy, environmentally friendly and heartwarming-set up your fundraiser today by clicking here.
A GREAT READ FOR THE ALS COMMUNITY
Laugh to Death: My Rx for Dying Well with ALS, is a collection of funny vignettes, chronicles a doctor's end-of-life journey with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Welsh's unique outlook as a doctor-turned-patient, while at times serious and somber, is more often hilarious, if not irreverent. Throughout-from the time of his self-diagnosis until his passing six years later-Martin F. Welsh, M.D., reveals how a terminally ill person's attitude can profoundly affect their quality of life. Every patient, family member, caregiver, and health provider will benefit from his unique perspective of a doctor becoming a patient and ultimately a teacher. Laugh to Death is a powerful tribute to the resiliency of the human spirit.
The book is now available for purchase at laughtodeathmyrx.com
A very special thanks to Maureen Gill for her generous donation of books to the ALS community in Sacramento. The reviews from pALS and cALS have been overwhelming and they are thankful for her generosity, and above everything else, they are grateful for the keen and witty insights of how to make a very difficult conversation in the ALS community a little easier.
Sacramento Chapter Newsletter - December 2019
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This month's issue has updates and information about:
- Become A Sustaining Member In 2019
- Upcoming Events and Save the Dates
- Ways to get involved
- News From The ALS National Blog
For previous issues of the newsletter, please click HERE
Whether you’re newly diagnosed, navigating your journey with the disease, caring for a person with ALS, or researching the cure, there are resources to support you.
Let us help you and your family cope with the day-to-day challenges of living with ALS.For People with ALS
Learn about our grant program, upcoming scientific meetings, and opportunities to collaborate.For Researchers
Caring for someone with ALS is hard work. We offer resources and support to help you.For Caregivers
- ALS Community Responds to FDA Guidance Document with Call for More Urgency, Flexibility
November 7, 2019
- Show Appreciation to a Caregiver During National Family Caregivers Month
November 1, 2019
- ALS Association Contributes $3.3 Million to Fund Groundbreaking Genome-Sequencing Database
October 22, 2019
- High School Students Spread Awareness and Raise Money for ALS Research
October 11, 2019
- Alive With ALS in Natomas Magazine
August 5, 2019
- New Report Highlights Heightened Risk of ALS in Military
March 21, 2019
- Miss Gay California Battles Lou Gehrig's Disease
Jan 12, 2017
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