ALS patient smiling

Having ALS tells something about me, but it does not define who I am or what I can do.

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~
Shaun Brewer; Diagnosed in 2012; US Army veteran

I live with hope. Even in utter stillness, I embrace the future, day by day.

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Brian Burke; Diagnosed in 2003 at age 44; Chicago Bears/Bulls Superfan
ALS patient in wheelchair

My every breath presents an opportunity to learn, grow, and contribute to society.

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Yvonne Kimura; Diagnosed in 2006; Shopaholic princess

Every life – in fact, the life that I live, motionless, on a wheelchair - deserves the chance to be nurtured and developed.

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George Park; Diagnosed in  2013 at age 52; US Army veteran
ALS patient enjoying the beach with his dog

For my Spirit harbors incredible possibilities: becoming a great person and an even better human being.

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~
Justin Hendrix; diagnosed in 2012 at age 32; “Goonies never say die.”

Our Mission

We will help individuals affected by ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) live more hopeful, meaningful, and dignified lives, primarily by establishing an ALS Residence - a smart home for pALS - in the State of Hawaii. 

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