Stomp Out ALS is a third-party fundraiser hosted by Brandi Hyatt in memory of her father Jack who passed away in 2017. The event is centered around the Kentucky Derby - getting dressed up, wearing big hats, eating delicious Southern-themed food and baked goods, picking horses and other Derby-related activities.
Ricky and Carole Neal met on July 4th, 1985 at a car crash scene and experienced what some call "love at first sight." In the face of ALS, the couple moves forward together building mountains of support around them.
Over a year ago, Sophia Harding became a volunteer for The ALS Association, a fourth-generation member of the Barnett family to join the fight against ALS. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, she moved to Florida and joined the team at The ALS Association Florida Chapter as a Phone Friend Volunteer.
The ALS Association’s Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence and Recognized Treatment Centers are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to provide compassionate care in a supportive, family-oriented atmosphere to help their patients live longer and stronger lives. One such center is the Phil Smith Neuroscience Institute at Holy Cross Health located in south Florida. “No matter what, the patient always comes first,” says Tina Duane, Regional Program Manager at The ALS Association Florida Chapter.
Don and Alice Worden have been married for 42 years. Don is living with ALS, but the couple live their lives to the fullest and enjoy the little things that bring constant love. This is the perfect Valentine's Day love story. <3
David Tomasso and his family are raising money for The ALS Association Florida Chapter while running the virtual Disney Marathon! To support his efforts, go to TeamTomo-FL.com to make a donation. In the words of Jerry (living with ALS), let's make that $26,200 for everybody fighting ALS, a terrible, terrible disease.