11th annual travel to better ALS
March 28, 2015 - als
About 1,000 people collected during Seven Bridges in Tinseltown to take partial in a travel to better Lou Gehrig’s disease. It was a 11th annual travel for ALS.
“This is a outrageous crowd. We have family friends, vendors, corporate sponsors since they wish to assistance support something as vicious as people who are vital with ALS,” Kim Hanna, President of THE ALS Association of Florida said.
ALS is a illness that gradually paralyzes a victims BY, aggressive haughtiness cells and pathways in a mind or spinal cord. ALS has no famous cure.
“The folks we have out walking currently reflect village spirit. They’re here to make certain we’re means to perform a mission. They’re generous, they’re giving. they wish to support a chairman they know with ALS it might be a crony It maybe a desired one. What we have here currently is a day of wish and happiness. It’s not a down day. It’s a day that celebrates a life of people vital with ALS and remembering those who we have lost,” Hanna said.
The idea for a ALS Association Florida section is $375,000. Donations can be done by clicking a link. http://www.webfl.alsa.org/