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Welcome to the ALS Society of Newfoundland and Labrador. The ALS Society of Newfoundland and Labrador is dedicated to supporting Newfoundland and Labradoreans living with ALS and in conjunction with ALS Canada investing in research to make ALS a treatable, not terminal, disease. We are a registered charity that receives no core government funding – all of our services and research are funded through the generosity of our donors.

The ALS Society of NL has three principle objectives

To provide direct support to people with ALS, their families, and caregivers

To raise funds for patient services and research

To increase public awareness and understanding of ALS

The ALS Society of Newfoundland and Labrador also advocates provincially and locally for better government support and access within the healthcare system for people touched by ALS.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

The ALS Society of Newfoundland and Labrador is committed to providing support to ALS clients,
their families, and caregivers while helping to find the cause of and a cure for ALS.

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ALS Societies mark ALS Awareness Month in June

16 June, 2017Posted In : Uncategorized

ALS Societies mark ALS Awareness Month in June TORONTO, ON (June 1, 2017) – The first day of June READ MORE

Walk For ALS 2017 | June 4-11

02 May, 2017Posted In : Uncategorized

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Why do some people develop ALS while others do not? Canada joins international research partnership to find answers and better target the disease

02 May, 2017Posted In : Uncategorized

ALS Society of Canada to spearhead Canada’s participation in Project MinE, which will study the D READ MORE