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March of Faces

The March of Faces Banners are a pictorial display of the courageous women and men—both past and present—stricken with ALS. Kyle Hahn, an ALS patient, conceived the March of Faces Banner in July 1997. Although Kyle lost his battle with ALS in 2003, the March of Faces continues as an advocacy and awareness tool.

The Foundation maintains several community banners of people with ALS (PALS) from the Chicagoland area that are displayed at special events and meetings throughout the year. It is used to heighten public awareness, raise funds for patient services and research, as well as advocate on issues that benefit PALS and their families.

Click here to download a submission form to participate in the Les Turner ALS Foundation March of Faces Banner. For more information, contact the Foundation at info@lesturnerals.org or call 847 679 3311.

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