Register for The Walk to Defeat ALS® today.I Will Walk
Walk to Defeat ALS
The Atlanta Walk to Defeat ALS is The Georgia Chapter's largest annual fundraising event. Since 2000, the Walk to Defeat ALS® national program has raised more than $262 million in support of The ALS Association’s mission: to create a world without ALS. Across the state of Georgia, people come together once a year to walk a few miles, and in turn, provide hope for people living with ALS. Register today to walk in honor, in memory, or to simply support the fight against ALS.Register Today
Fundraising efforts in communities across Georgia raise thousands of dollars each year. The more people involved in raising funds for ALS research, services, and awareness, the bigger impact we can all make together.Learn More
Host an Event
Ignite your passion for a cure by hosting a fundraising event to benefit people living with ALS in Georgia! Your event could be anything from a dine-out event at a local restaurant, to planning and organizing a black tie affair in honor or in memory of a loved one. No matter your passion, we're here to help you use it make a difference in The ALS Community right here in Georgia.Host an Event
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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Your gift will help The ALS Association support research to find a cure for ALS and provide much-needed services to patients and their families. By becoming a part of The ALS Association family and making your gift today, you will help sustain hope in thousands of people affected by ALS.