Students present blankets to people with ALS
March 30, 2015 - als
Students from a Phi Delta Theta companionship during Drake University tied scarcely 20 blankets Saturday to present to people with a shaken complement illness ALS.
They partnered with a ALS Association to classify a hospitality event.
Sophomore Sarah Martin, with Sarah’s Mission, partnered with a companionship after removing concerned with a organization. She pronounced a plan aims to assistance people with ALS, who have dissemination problems, stay warm.
Sarah Lettow, growth manager with a ALS Association of Iowa, pronounced she’s unapproachable to see a plan come together.
“It’s an isolating illness and to find out there’s a organisation of people out here who don’t unequivocally have a tie other than wanting to help, it’s usually a good gesticulate and it’s unequivocally heartwarming for people vital with ALS,” Lettow said.
Trevor Matusik with a companionship pronounced they’re already looking forward to see what some-more they can do to assistance widespread recognition and lift supports for ALS research.
“In Oct is a Walk to Defeat ALS, so we’re already starting fundraising efforts for that,” Matusik said.
“I usually wish that it unequivocally starts a attribute with not usually a ALS Association Iowa Chapter, though also people with ALS around Iowa,” Martin said.
The blankets will go to people with ALS via Polk County.