2021 Year-End Report
Thanks to your continued generosity, in 2021, we were able to continue making progress in our quest to create a world without ALS. Our commitment to making ALS a livable disease means longer lives for people living with ALS, improved quality of life and preventing our loved ones from getting ALS.
Committed to quality care services for the ALS community
Resources for Navigating ALS
Whether you are newly diagnosed, a military veteran, a caregiver, or someone looking to learn more about how to navigate living with ALS, we can help.
Local support in your area
We offer a variety of local support, including programs such as equipment loans and referrals to local medical professionals, provided by our chapters. We can also help you find a local treatment center or clinic, or support group.
Working tirelessly to push research forward
We expedite the discovery of treatments and a cure for ALS
- 5 genes discovered in the past 2 years
- Over 150 active research projects
- 9 global research collaborations
- New drug Radicava approved by FDA
- Several drugs in clinical trials