Apr 24, 2020

Serve An ALS Family In Your Community Through LiveLikeLou’s Connect and Serve Program

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Serve An ALS Family In Your Community Through LiveLikeLou’s Connect and Serve Program

The LiveLikeLou Foundation and its partners from Hope Loves Company work to match ALS families in the United States and Canada with individual volunteers from Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity for outdoor clean-up support.

The goal is to provide ALS families with dignity, support, and camaraderie during their ALS journey in a unique way that protects everyone from unnecessary exposure to illness or other risks.

Volunteers who serve ALS families through this program are only allowed to provide occasional outdoor support, such as yard or garage clean-up, minor outdoor repairs, or minor outdoor errands such as waste removal or other agreed-upon physical chores.

See the List of ALS Families

Is there an ALS family on our list that is in your community?

Sign up to Volunteer

NOTE: The most current federal, state and local guidelines for physical interaction, ventilation, and social distancing must be abided by at all times during the volunteer engagement, including limitations on the number of personnel gathered, sanitation, physical distance, mask, glove, and material handling rules.

ALS Families – We Would Love to Serve You – Register Today

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