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Planned Giving

Every year the Les Turner ALS Foundation receives meaningful gifts from individuals who have made provisions in their will, trust or other estate plan.

You can provide under your will or living trust agreement not only for your loved ones, but for organizations like the Les Turner ALS Foundation, which have made a difference in your life. When making or revising your will or trust you should obtain the assistance of an attorney. Your attorney will tell you how you can:

  • Give a specific dollar amount
  • Give a share or entire residue of your estate
  • Give personal property
  • Give real estate

If you plan to provide for the Les Turner ALS Foundation through your estate plan, please let us know so we may acknowledge and thank you. There may be no better way to celebrate the life and memory of a loved one than through a gift in support of their dream, whether it is finding a cure for ALS or providing compassionate support services to those currently battling the disease.

For more information, contact Maria Zeller Brauer, Development Manager, at mzellerbrauer@lesturnerals.org or at 847 745 6021.

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Volunteer

Serve as a volunteer at either a special event or on an ongoing basis. We are always looking for faces new and old to join us in the fight against ALS. If you’re willing to help, there’s a job for you! The rewards are well worth a few hours of effort.

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Events

Find an Event

Foundation events are an easy ways to get involved in the fight against ALS and allow you to connect with other members of the community. Together we will raise funds and awareness to support research, patient services and education.

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Ways to Donate

Ways to Donate

There are several ways to make a donation to support the Foundation and the patients we serve. Our wide range of donation opportunities make it easy for you to make an impact and get us one step closer to finding a cure.

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Hope and help for people with ALS.

Your contribution helps support nearly 90% of the Chicagoland ALS population.