St. John’s Volleyball holding fundraiser for ALS in Milford
May 2, 2018 - als
The St. John Volleyball Program will be using a advantage compare for ALS investigate 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, during Milford High School in a advantage compare to assistance lift recognition of a illness and assistance lift income for a cure. There will be dual matches 7 p.m. for a varsity module and 6:15 p.m. for JV.
ALS (or Lou Gehrig’s Disease) is a on-going illness that develops in a mind and spinal cells of people. The illness uses a cells to not concede muscles to keep nourishment, that leads to a muscles wasting away. This causes a victims of this illness to remove their ability to talk, move, breathe and some-more on their own, that eventually leads to death. There are 6,000 new cases a year of ALS in a United States — 15 a day.
“On a personal note, this is somethings that effects my personal life, as my father upheld divided from ALS in 2013 following a state finalist run,” states St. John’s Volleyball Coach Dan Seaver. “In sequence for this eventuality to be successful, we need all of a support that we can get. we wish that we will assistance us widespread a word and get as many people to come.”
The module will be collecting donations before and adult to a day of a match. They will be using both a 50/50 raffle and an object raffle during a match.
The embankment price for this compare is $3 for children/seniors and $5 for students/adults.
“Thank we for your support and together we can stop this disease,” states Seaver.