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

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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Upcoming Events

11:15 am May 3: Governor Ige Proclamation...
May 3: Governor Ige Proclamation...
May 3 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am
May 3: Governor Ige Proclamation of "May as ALS Month" @ Hawaii State Capitol 4th floor Ceremony Room
Our Hawaii ALS Community has been celebrating “May as ALS Month” for the 4 years with a Proclamation from the Governor. It started with Governor Neil Abercrombie in 2014 and Governor Ige has continued the tradition. Join us for the 5th Governor Proclamation on May 3, Friday, 11:15 am at the State Capitol Ceremony Room, 4th floor. Stay for pictures with the group and Governor Ige and refreshments after.  Official photos will be available in the Governor’s official website and…