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The Walk to Defeat ALS: Cindy’s Angels

For Austin Reyna, his mom, Cynthia, had always been his rock growing up. He knew he could always count on her for encouragement and support, even during his darkest times. He has fond memories of calling her up just to chat while he was in law school, and spending...

The Sky is the Limit: Team Michael

  For Michael Davidoff, the sky has always been the limit. He ran marathons, competed in triathlons, hiked and biked tall mountains, and even skied double black diamond runs.  The father of 3 had always participated in high endurance sports and had even hiked 50...

Walk to Defeat ALS: Team Queen Bee

Monica McHam was diagnosed with ALS in 2021. She must now use a wheelchair and has lost the use of her voice, but Monica’s mind remains as sharp as ever. She is completely paralyzed on the right side but was able to type her story using two fingers on her left hand....

Young Caregiver Joins Miss Texas Pageant to Raise ALS Awareness

Lluvia Alzate recently wrote on her blog, “My mom would always say ‘vive la vida que se va y no vuelve’ which means live your life, time goes on and it will never come back.” Now that her mom, Fanny, is living with ALS, Lluvia embraces this motto every day. Lluvia...