Walk for Hope. Walk for Help. Walk for Life.
My mom, Stephanie Kennedy, was diagnosed with ALS in early 2020.
Our world has been turned upside down, to say the very least! The disease progressed very quickly at first and she is now on a plateau. We are grateful for every moment we have together!
We appreciate your kindness in supporting us with this virtual walk.
Please consider donating to our team or join us and help us raise money for this fantastic organization.
Les Turner has given her great care and support during this difficult time. Please consider donating to this organization to not only support Stephanie but others who are suffering from this disease. You can also join our virtual walk team to raise even more donations.
We appreciate your support!
Our team is participating in the first-ever Virtual ALS Walk for Life because we believe in the mission of the Les Turner ALS Foundation.me as I participate in the Les Turner ALS Foundation’s Virtual ALS Walk for Life. I believe in the mission of the Les Turner ALS Foundation, I believe in providing the best comprehensive care to people living with ALS and their families in Chicagoland and I believe that the money we raise together will lead to treatments and a cure for ALS. This cause is important to me and people living with ALS need your help!
ALS is scary. Really scary. Its rapid progression can mean tomorrow is often worse than today. As a result, people living with ALS are overwhelmed and unsure of what questions to ask and what to do next. But that’s where the Les Turner ALS Foundation comes in. The Foundation is here to care for those affected by the disease, answer their questions and support them and their loved ones every step of their journey.
I’m proud to be a member of the Les Turner ALS Foundation family. Join me as we work to support people living with ALS and those who love them every step of the way! Please consider making a donation to help me reach my fundraising goal. Together, we can make an impact in the fight against ALS.
To learn more about ALS or the Les Turner ALS Foundation, please visit lesturnerals.org.
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