Les Turner ALS Events
2017 Tag Days
Ways you helped the 2017 Tag Days during the month of May:
Supported a Tag Days team: Awareness Advocates in yellow vests held donation jugs to raise ALS awareness and funds for research and patient care.
NEW! Cyber Tag Days Drive: Supported a community Tag Days drive right from your phone or computer! How it worked: visit TagForALS.org, choose a community and donate to make an impact on the lives of those living with ALS.
2017 Tag Days Drives:
Barrington (Friday, May 5- Sunday, May 7)
Flossmoor (Saturday, May 6)
Lake Forest (Friday, May 12- Saturday, May 13)
Tinley Park (Saturday, May 13)
Evanston (Saturday, May 13 – Sunday, May 14)
Elgin (Saturday, May 13- Sunday, 14)
Mt. Prospect (Friday, May 19- Saturday, May 20)
La Grange (Saturday, May 20)
Chicago-East Side (Saturday, May 20)
Chicago-Edgebrook/Sauganash (Friday, May 19 – Saturday, May 20)
Lincoln Park (Saturday, May 20- Sunday, 21)
Glendale Heights (Saturday, May 27)
Glenview (Friday, May 26-Saturday, 27)
Jefferson Park/Gladstone Park
*All physical Tag Days drives listed above automatically have a Cyber Tag Days drive*
Thank you to all those that participated in the 2017 Tag Days during the month of May. Stay tuned for details on how to get involved next year!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 847 679 3311 to participate in Tag Days
80 cents of every $1 spent directly funds patient services and educational programs.
May was ALS Awareness Month — and part of that awareness was achieved through the Les Turner ALS Foundation Tag Days drives. During the month of May, thousands of volunteers took to the streets — standing at intersections, shopping malls and train stations in yellow vests to collect donations from passersby and raise awareness. Since 1997, Tag Days drives have raised nearly $1.7 million to support the Les Turner ALS Foundation! The genius of Tag Days is that it requires little more than a yellow vest, a can for donations and two hours or more from a willing volunteer. It may not seem like much, but it all adds up making a big difference!
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