ALS March of Faces
Honor a loved one by including them on a March of Faces banner this year, which will be displayed at the ALS Walk for Life with banners from prior years going back to 2003. The ALS March of Faces is a pictorial display of the courageous women and men—both past and present—who have had or have ALS. Kyle Hahn conceived of the idea in 1997, a few years before he lost his fight with ALS. We are grateful for his vision as the ALS March of Faces continues as an advocacy and awareness tool.
The banners travel with the Foundation and are displayed at various events throughout the year, including the ALS Walk for Life. In addition to honoring those who have had or have ALS, the names and photos may also be submitted to raise global awareness with the International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations. Honor your loved one today – there is no cost to be included in the March of Faces but, donations to bring us closer to a world without ALS are welcome.
Deadline for submissions is August 22.
For more information, contact Community Education Manager, Anne Marie Doyle, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 847 745 6012.
ALS March of Faces Submission Form
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