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INSPIRATION 💚 IMPACT 💙 HOPE

We are proud to once again be a premiere non-profit in the prestigious Falmouth Road Race - an event that is so important to us that helps tremendously in advancing our critical ALS research while providing essential equipment to individuals living with the disease now.  

Our team goal this year is to raise $300,000.  Whether you are joining our team or supporting us with a donation, THANK YOU for helping us make a tremendous impact! 

JOIN TEAM ALS ONE BY CLICKING HERE TO GET STARTED:

While we don't know what the pandemic will hold, we know ONE thing's for sure: we're ready to make a huge impact whether the race is virtual or in-person.  Where and how will you do your 7 miles? That's entirely up to you, if you'd like it to be!  We're happy to have you from afar and we hope you know that your support means the world to us and to all impacted by ALS!

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ALS ONE is a partnership of world-leading ALS researchers, doctors, and care practitioners focused on finding treatments for ALS and novel approaches to improve care for those battling the disease now. The unprecedented linking of minds and resources from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS), ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI), and Compassionate Care ALS (CCALS), is unique for its leadership in efficiency, dedication to innovative research, and commitment to increasing access to care and treatment. 

ONE TEAM: Dr. Merit Cudkowicz, MD, MScDirector of the Sean M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS, Chief of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)Dr. Robert Brown Jr., MD, DPhil, Chief of Neurology, UMass Medical School & Center; Dr. James Berry, MD, Co-Director of the MGH Neuromuscular Division and of The Healey Center for ALS at MGH.  Dr. Berry is also an Associate Medical Director of the MGH Neurological Clinical Research Institute (NCRI); Steve Perrin, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer, ALS Therapy Development Institute; and Ron Hoffman, Founder and Director Compassionate Care ALS (CCALS). 

WATCH: Please take a moment to be inspired by this video of how ALS ONE came to be: https://vimeo.com/152829958 

CHECKS: If you would prefer to mail a check in support of one of our runners, please make out to ALS ONE and send  to: ALS ONE: 8 Industrial Way, Whitman, MA 02382.  Please include the runner's name in the memo portion of the check.

CONTACT ALS ONE jen@alsone.org | 781-523-3304

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 us raise money for participating in The 2021 ASICS Falmouth Road Race

SUPPORTING ALS RESEARCH AND CARE AND SO GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Click on one of our team members below to make a donation.

A big THANK YOU to all who have donated so far!

Donation date Donor name Donation amount
Aug 05 Anonymous Undisclosed amount
Aug 05 Anonymous Undisclosed amount
Aug 05 Anonymous $5.00
Aug 05 Brody Correia Go Auntie Jess! $55.35
Aug 05 Tom and Joanna Heim Go Becky and Julie! $28.10
Aug 05 Cindy Courtney Go team Becky!! Undisclosed amount
Aug 05 Linda Jannery Go Team Double Good Trouble! $55.35
Aug 05 Lorraine See $28.10
Aug 05 Nancy and Michael Tarsi Go Team Double Good Trouble! $28.10
Aug 05 The Eaton’s Good luck, great cause! $28.10