The ALS community is challenging everyone to do anything and everything they can to cure ALS.
Iowa Walk to Defeat ALS
Each year, The ALS Association Iowa Chapter holds several Walk to Defeat ALS events to raise awareness and funds that help provide invaluable services to people living with ALS. Click the button below to find an upcoming Iowa Walk.Find a Walk
Host your own event to support our Chapter
Hold a golf tournament, run a marathon, or donate your birthday to raise funds that will help create a world without ALS.Get Started
Celebrate a Loved One with ALS
Pay tribute to a friend or loved one affected by ALS. Each tribute is a personalized online fund designed to honor or memorialize someone special. Your Community of Hope fund creates a lasting legacy.Learn More
Whether you’re newly diagnosed, navigating your journey with the disease, caring for a person with ALS, or researching the cure, there are resources to support you.
Let us help you and your family cope with the day-to-day challenges of living with ALS.For People with ALS
Learn about our grant program, upcoming scientific meetings, and opportunities to collaborate.For Researchers
Caring for someone with ALS is hard work. We offer resources and support to help you.For Caregivers
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