The A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation was started in hopes of creating a brighter future for those living with A.L.S. in New England and is dedicated to the loving memory of Clifford Jordan, Jr. and Edward Sciaba, Sr. and honors all the courageous individuals and families touched by A.L.S.
This disease, maybe more than others, has a tremendous effect on families both physically and emotionally. The inevitable decline of patients takes a toll on the family who can only watch helplessly as their loved ones slowly become incapacitated. As small tasks become insurmountable and individuals remain fully aware of their loss of independence, the dedication of caretakers becomes increasingly more important.
The needs of A.L.S. patient’s and their families run the gamut from financial and emotional support to extensive medical and therapeutic treatment and ultimately advocacy. The A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation works to raise money for in-house patient programs that ensure patient’s needs are met, as well as funds crucial medical research to one day cure this terrible disease.
Until there is a cure, there is the A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation.
Greg Scott Cody
Twin Bridge Productions