ALS is a degenerative neurological disease that leads to progressive weakness. ALS does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, nationality, or economic status. The cause of ALS is still unknown, and there is no cure... However, there is hope.
Small change makes a big difference in the lives of people with ALS and their families. Between now and March 31, collect your loose change, post photos and video to our social media and donate the funds to ALS Hope Foundation. 
Search between couch cushions, in old coat pockets and even under the seats in your car! Every little bit you can contribute makes an impact! Your support goes directly to fund the Foundation's various programs and services.
Let's see if we can make it to our $2,000 goal. Donate today or check the progress below! 
The MDA/ALS Center of Hope is located at Temple University Neurosciences Center! Learn more here...

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