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Need more information about gift planning with The ALS Association?

Jessica Chapman
Director, Planned Giving
1275 K Street NW, Suite 250
Washington, DC 20005

Telephone:(202) 464-8628
Toll-Free: (888) 226-5185
Fax: (202) 464-8869

"In all of our lives there comes a time - almost always unexpectedly - when something happens that so changes our lives that we swear: 'I will never forget this. My life will never be the same. Now, I have learned what matters most.'"

--Noah benShea

Leaving a legacy isn't optional. We will certainly be remembered - it's really a question of how. So, when you think about the legacy you hope to leave, make sure you reflect your values and your hopes and dreams for the future - in other words, what really matters to you. If fighting ALS is important to you, we invite you to consider a gift through your estate or financial plan to The ALS Association.

There is still much to be done before ALS is eradicated. There are many ways you can leave a legacy of hope through your estate and financial planning. These pages are a starting point for considering how you can ensure that your legacy reflects your support of the mission of The ALS Association. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of ALS patients and their families.

Did you know . . .

  • You don't have to be wealthy to make a significant gift to The ALS Association. Every gift makes a difference.
  • You can take care of loved ones and The Association. There are many types of gifts that enable you to do both.
  • Estate and financial planning doesn't have to be complicated or expensive. See our Estate Planning Resources to learn how.

The material presented on this Planned Giving website is not offered as legal or tax advice.
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