Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.
When you give to ALS Texas, you make a real impact in the lives of people with ALS. Your financial support funds essential ALS research, programs, and resources all year long. See how your donation makes a difference:
$25 gives a patient a voice
$25 is worth the world to someone with ALS who is struggling to communicate with loved ones. Just $25 provides a patient with an LCD writing tablet.
$100 provides in-home consultations with care services staff
Your $100 allows our care services staff to meet with families to help them develop a roadmap for managing ALS, connect them to resources in the community, and discuss current and future care needs.
$250 provides mobility and independence to a patient
$250 provides a manual wheelchair to a person with ALS, allowing them to be mobile and to continue to participate in activities they enjoy.
$500 provides financial assistance to a patient and family
Aside from the effects of ALS on a patient’s health, many lives are shattered financially by the cost of living with ALS. Your gift provides financial assistance via our General Grant Program to help with ALS-related expenses.
$1,500 gives a patient access to ALS-specific clinical care
Multidisciplinary clinics offer the opportunity to participate in clinical trials and provide quality, ALS-specific care to patients.
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How can you get involved?
- Donate. Join this global movement and help ALS Texas create a world without ALS by donating today.
- Share your giving story on social media! What inspires you to give back to people with ALS? Is there a moment or an event that changed the way you think about generosity? Tag us* in your post using the hashtag #MyGivingStory, and your story could be featured on our website.
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- Share this post on Facebook to help raise awareness for ALS.