ALS is a degenerative neurological disease that leads to progressive weakness. ALS does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, nationality, gender, or economic status. The cause of ALS is still unknown and there is no cure...however, there is hope.

We at the ALS Hope Foundation are committed to
helping people with ALS today...and dedicated
to finding a cure for those of the future.

News from The Packard Center

A study just published in Nature, "C9orf72 nucleotide ... read more

Assistive Technology in the Spotlight

Microsoft launched its new #empowering ad campaign during ... read more

Dr. Robert P Bowser to Speak at the Annual Research Update & Awards Program

We are delighted to announce Dr. Robert P. ... read more

Remembering Marlene Ciechoski

The ALS community has lost a dear friend this week with the ... read more

Out and Back Party Run!

18th Annual Out and Back Party Run Date Friday, ... read more

Clinical Research Learning Institute (CRLI) Returns to Philadelphia

Please note that we have extended the deadline to submit ... read more