A Congressional Gold Medal Recipient Living with ALS

Last week, Steve Gleason, former NFL player and person living with ALS, was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, our nation’s highest civilian honor bestowed by Congress. The medal seeks to honor those, “who have performed an achievement that has an …

January 2020 Events eNews

Honoring Two Remarkable People Living with ALS At our upcoming Hope Through Caring Gala on Saturday, February 22, we’ll honor two extraordinary individuals living with ALS. Ed Rapp’s career as Group President at Caterpillar Inc was cut short when he …

January 2020 Foundation eNews

We did it! Thanks to the generosity of individual donors just like you, we raised OVER $50,000 to officially meet our end of year match challenge. Thank you to all who donated to support our Les Turner ALS family, especially …

December 2019 Events eNews: Year in Review

Thank YOU for making our 2019 so special. You raised money to support people living with ALS and their families. You helped raise and spread awareness so more and more people learn about the realities of this disease. And you …

December 2019 Foundation eNews

Give Your Gift of Help this Giving Tuesday This holiday season, your tax-deductible gift provides life-changing help to a person living with ALS. And what better day to kick off your end of year giving than today, Giving Tuesday, the …

Advancing Advocacy Efforts with our ALS Community

It’s estimated over 16,000 people across the country are living with ALS at any given time. We know that in order to achieve our vision of seeing a world free of ALS, we have to work together. In the past several months, we’ve joined our …

November 2019 Events eNews

How Will You Give Thanks? As you think about ways you can give back this holiday season, consider supporting our Les Turner ALS family in one of the following ways:  1) Donate at helpcureals.org>> It’s that simple. Your donation ensures …

Supporting Our Veterans

ALS is called a rare disease. But for reasons yet unknown, veterans are twice as likely to be diagnosed with ALS as the general population. That’s why we’re so grateful to work with organizations like the Paralyzed Veterans of America …