OUR FINISH LINE SAYS ALS DONE!
THANK YOU for visiting my fundraising page for the 2021 Falmouth Road Race. I'm proud to be running again this year to raise funds to help in the fight against ALS.
I am running in memory of my friend, Rick Marks who was diagnosed with ALS in October 2016. Sadly, we lost Rick in April of 2018. He was a runner and an avid hiker. Despite the diagnosis, Rick set out to hike the last 600 miles of the Appalachian Trail during the summer of 2017. I was honored to hike a section of the AT in Maine with him and others from Scout Troop 507. I got to see firsthand his persistence and tenacity in the face of this disease. Rick’s hike raised funds for ALS ONE to help defeat this disease and I’d like to continue that mission for him, but I need your help.
I’ve known 2 other families devastated by ALS. Bill sadly passed away in August of 2018 and Derek passed away in 2020. This should not happen to anyone. I want to help ALSONE fulfill its goal to identify a breakthrough treatment or cure for ALS and improve the care now for those battling this disease.
Please take a look at the Rick’s Hike for ALS Blog to be as inspired by him as I am: https://rickshikeforals.org/
More about ALS ONE:
ONE GOAL: To identify breakthrough treatments and ultimate cure for ALS while supporting those who are battling the disease with resources and essential equipment to help them live their best lives while navigating the devastating toll that ALS takes. Please take a moment to be inspired by this video: https://vimeo.com/152829958
ALS ONE is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization (47-4984263) and your donation is fully tax-deductible.
VISIT our website at: www.alsONE.org THANK YOU from the bottom of our green arrow on our logo, and the bottom of our hearts for supporting our team and our mission! YOU are truly making a difference!!!
Help Spread the Word!
Thank you for visiting my fundraising page!
I'm so proud to be a member of TEAM ALS ONE in this year's Falmouth Road Race!
Your support means the world to me and will help to advance critical research at MGH, UMass Medical School, and ALS TDI, while providing essential care resources and equipment to individuals living with ALS via Compassionate Care ALS - all incredible partners that make up ALS ONE.
Your donation is fully tax-deductible, as ALS ONE is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
To learn more about ALS ONE, visit their website at: https://alsone.org/
A big THANK YOU to all who have donated so far!
|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|Aug 11||PC QuickHelp, Inc.||$109.85|
|Aug 10||Dara Singleton Bogovich||$109.85|
|Aug 10||Rich MacNeille||$109.85|
|Aug 10||Mary Ann Marmon||Undisclosed amount|
|Aug 10||The Jackson Family||$109.85|
|Aug 08||ncfm.treasure hunt||$6.30|
|Jun 25||Eileen Marks||$273.35|
|Jun 22||The de Redon Family||$109.85|
|Jun 18||Mike||Undisclosed amount|
|Jun 17||BonnieJean Butler||$30.00|