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There’s Never Been a BETTER TIME
to Help Families Living with ALS.

A Special Message From Chapter Board Chair Dan Quinn

“We are here for Guy.” Cheryl Dunagan said those very words about her father, who was diagnosed with ALS in 2017. She and her team walked in honor of her dad at this year’s Ocean City Walk to Defeat ALS. “No one fights ALS alone,” she told me at the Walk. For nearly 30 years, I have witnessed how The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter serves 1,200 ALS families each year throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware through every step of their ALS journey.

I’m here for Guy and the thousands of other families whose lives have been touched by ALS. I’m Dan Quinn, and I am honored to chair The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter’s Board of Directors. I know firsthand how our Chapter’s care programs, advocacy efforts, and the global ALS research they fund make a tremendous difference in families like Guy Dunagan’s. In a truly miraculous feat, the Chapter has continued to excel throughout the pandemic. “I’m proof that your donations work,” Guy emphatically said to me, and I have heard those words echoed time and time again.

 

Please give today and YOUR GIFT will BE DOUBLED! Two generous donors will MATCH the first $20,000 in gifts. Thank you to Buona Foods, Inc., donating in honor of its founder, Rosemarie “RoRo” Ferranto who lost her life to ALS in 2016, and another caring donor giving in memory of Robert Wolf, who passed

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away from ALS in 2011, and his beloved wife Janice Diamond-Wolf.

 

Click here to read the rest of Dan’s compelling letter in honor of Guy.

Guy Dunagan, who has been living with ALS since 2017, shares his story about the support he and his family receives thanks to you. Click here to read Guy’s MESSAGE OF THANKS.