A message from ALS Canada to our volunteers

As a charitable organization, ALS Canada relies on the time and talents of dedicated volunteers in so many ways. Each one plays a vital role in helping us achieve a future without ALS. For the final day of National Volunteer Week, we want to share a message from ALS Canada’s CEO, Tammy Moore, to the […]

Young fundraisers making a big impact

When a disease like ALS strikes, people often rally around their loved ones and resolve to make a difference. The realities of the disease are such that every member of the family is impacted — including children and youth — inspiring them to take action for a future without ALS. ALS Canada is fortunate to […]

National Volunteer Week | Debbie Damario and Ashley Dunseith

Today we are profiling two volunteers from the Niagara WALK for ALS: Debbie Damario and Ashley Dunseith. Both Debbie and Ashley have lost a loved one to ALS. Now, they dedicate their time to the Niagara WALK for ALS as a way to ensure funds are raised for a future without ALS. Watch this video […]

National Volunteer Week | Judith Malvern

For day two of National Volunteer Week, we’re introducing you to Judith Malvern, a committee member for the York Region WALK for ALS. When her sister passed away from ALS, Judith felt she needed a way to pay it forward in her sister’s memory. She started volunteering with the WALK for ALS so that other […]

Shining a light on volunteerism across the board

As a charitable organization, ALS Canada is fortunate to have a legion of volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to our shared cause. Each one of these volunteers has a unique story and experience that brought them to the organization, but they all share one thing in common: the desire to contribute to a […]