Changing the Game in the Fight Against ALS

It's been eight months since the viral sensation #ALSIceBucketChallenge swept the nation. This is a hashtag success story with $115 million donated during the campaign, and $220 million donated to related ALS charities around the world. Because of this, we are changing the game in the fight against ALS. It has been eight months since... Continue Reading →

an als kind of birthday

Ron McCormick turns 62 years old today. It's a birthday to celebrate. He should eat lots of sugar-loaded cake. He should open presents from loved ones. He should kick up his heels, dance a little, maybe on a table. But he can't because he was diagnosed with a fatal disease called ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis... Continue Reading →

kids who inspire

I want to share this story I read in The Denver Post yesterday: It's a story of a little girl, 7 years old, who had endured painful chemotherapy for the treatment of a brain tumor. Allison Winn, a Colorado resident, had surgery and then treatment for 2 years. She is now 9 years old. During her... Continue Reading →

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