Local restaurants in Mass. attend in 1st annual ‘Eat to Defeat ALS’ night
April 6, 2016 - als
More than 60 restaurants in and around Boston participated in a initial annual “Eat to Defeat ALS” night to lift income for nonprofit dynamic to anticipating a diagnosis for ALS.
Establishments such as Jamie’s Pub in Braintree and a Cask Flagon participated in a fundraiser. Restaurants donated adult to 10 percent of their daily sales to ALS ONE, a partnership between heading ALS experts in Massachusetts with a idea of anticipating a diagnosis for ALS within a subsequent 4 years while also caring for those vital with a disease.
“I wish we do a lot of additional business since we am unequivocally vehement to give some income behind to ALS and Kevin,” pronounced Ralph Constantine, owners of Jamie’s Pub.
ALS ONE was launched by Kevin Gosnell, who was diagnosed with ALS in May of 2015. As a successful tiny business owner, he believed he had a team-building skills to lift income for investigate and favour partnership in anticipating diagnosis for ALS.
“I feel like these guys are creation huge swell operative together,” pronounced Gosnell. “They’re so committed to that oath to try to find a diagnosis in 4 years or less. We’ve only got to continue to lift a funds.”