Maureen Slattery Miller Fund

In 2008, Maureen Miller's life changed forever when she was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 60. After a hard-fought battle, the illness claimed her life in July 2009. In the last few months of her life, she asked her husband Bob to help individuals who were similarly afflicted and in financial need.

Miller Fund Description

Bob established the Maureen Slattery Miller Care Fund on September 24, 2009 as a lasting legacy and tribute to his wife. In the years since her passing, it has played a significant role in helping families affected by ALS cope with the devastating financial repercussions of the disease.

The Maureen Slattery Miller Care Fund is designed to meet the needs of people living with ALS who have a demonstrated financial need. The Fund provides monetary grants for medical, communication and assistive technology equipment; home health care; vehicle modifications; home modifications; transportation; financial assistance for medical and non-medical bills; and other financial necessities related to the cost of the disease.

“Rather than fund research, Maureen desired to try and help those presently suffering. She realized a successful treatment or cure would come, but she wanted to help people in the here and now,” Bob said.

“I know this special fund will allow Maureen’s memory to live on and give others the help they need in the midst of a devastating disease.”

CLICK HERE to make a donation to the program. Please indicate "Maureen Slattery Miller Care Fund" on the donation form.  

Checks can also be sent designating the "Maureen Slattery Miller Care Fund" to The ALS Association at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 1400. | Tampa, FL 33602.

"We Walk for Mo" is a longstanding Jacksonville Walk to Defeat ALS® team in memory of Maureen, and donations to the team can be made each Walk season.

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