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Voice Your Love, in Honor of People With ALS

by | Feb 11, 2019

Actress Courtney Cox with former publicist and person with ALS Nanci Ryder

Over time an ALS diagnosis can mean the loss of your ability to work, your ability to walk, and, sadly, your ability to speak. This can leave many people with ALS unable to tell their loved ones, in their own voice, just how loved they are. Families living with ALS say this is one of the most difficult emotional experiences of this cruel and aggressive disease.

When was the last time you told someone how much you loved them? The ALS Association has launched a new movement that challenges you to do just that and post it on social media.

In honor of all those impacted by ALS, we invite you to #VoiceYourLove starting today. Film a short video expressing your love for someone or something you care about and post it to social media with the hashtags #VoiceYourLove #ALStexas. We’d love to share and amplify your message.

Will you use your voice to spread awareness for ALS? Join us in voicing love today!

How ALS Patients Can Help

Once you’ve been diagnosed with ALS, it’s easy to feel like you just don’t have many options, but there are ways you can make a difference.

How You Can Help People With ALS

We all have a part to play in the fight against ALS! Your generous support funds critical research for better treatments and a cure for this disease. Here are a few ways you can help: