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The ALS Association is the only non-profit organization fighting Lou Gehrig's Disease on every front. By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships, The Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. OUR MISSION To lead the fight to cure and treat ALS through global, cutting-edge research, and to empower people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support. OUR VISION In the quest to create a world without ALS, our vision is to care for and support all people living with Lou Gehrig’s Disease as we leave no stone unturned in our relentless search for a cure. ***For legibility purposes, please select size medium or large when ordering stamps***

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"ALS postage stamps"
By Joan, 2/4/2013 about
What an excellent idea about the ALS postage stamps to spread the word the for a cure for this horrible disease.
"ALS Association Stamps"
By Janie, 1/25/2013 about
Although I have not been with The ALS Association since January 2009 due to downsizing, I am glad that my idea of creating these stamps has brought nationwide awareness to this devastating disease. Thank you all for sharing your stories and for your support. One day we will stamp out ALS! Janie Barber
"My Husband"
By Babab, 11/12/2012 about
I lost my Husband to ALS, Oct 22,2012. This was his 64th birthday. He battled the disease for 2 years. It was very difficult for our family, but he handled it very well. He was the one who kept us going. He always thought of others first. I am glad to see there is more support for this disease and hope that more people gets involved with finding a cure. I have my child and grandchildren who could be struck with this same thing. So I am looking forward to having a cure soon. Lets stop ALS.
"my mom"
By sandy, 5/30/2012 about
My mom was diagnoised in 2009 with this horrible disease. I have been to group meeting with her and my dad and to see her declining and not being able to do much but be there stinks. I fight every chance I get and hope that one day soon they will find a cure for this nasty disease. My heart goes out to the ones who have lost someone and to the ones who are watching there love one or friends losing this battle. I know a few that have passed also and when it happens my mom says am I next. That kills me. I cherish every moment I can and just be there the best I can.
"to stomp out als"
By angela lino, 5/1/2012 about
for all you is going through what my brother is fighting through with als i support you.
"lost mom to ALS"
By mdadey, 12/19/2011 about
I lost my courageous mom to Lou Gehrig's Disease December 29th, 2005 at the age of 54. I have been participating in the Walk to D'Feet ALS for four years and have been on the committee for the last three. Over the years, my walk team has raised over $12,000 to help with the fight against ALS. I am determined to raise not only more money but also awareness because little is known about this disease. It took doctors six months to finally diagnose my mom. It was the most difficult thing to watch someone who meant the word to me try and battle such a horrible disease that robbed her of everything but her mind. Hopefully one day soon together we can "Strike out ALS."
"Welcome to Zazzle!"
By SuzeeQ, 12/19/2011 about
I have a friend who was recently diagnosed with ALS and I am so glad to see you have a Gallery here! I will send people your way for sure! Let's stop ALS!
"April 12, 2009"
By Candy Torres, 4/14/2011 about
Thank you for your support of ALS through your products made with love. This is the most meaningful Comment Wall eever! I have a new store in memory of my sister >> tamispirit
"June 16, 2009"
By Sweetlilsuzy, 6/16/2009 about
Living with als is difficult in sooo many ways. I know what I have and can now accept it. Trust me, death is not something Im looking foward to. So Im going to live my life one day at a time. I will fight.
"Living with Als June 16, 2009"
By Sweetlilsuzy, 6/16/2009 about
Living with Als Ive been dealing with this disease for the last 10 years of my life. Im happy to say Im still alive. Amazing yes, alots been changing.I wont tell all- you can read my group page on facebook, Friends with Als. It something I started a lil awhile back. Im looking for more people to join my club. Ill thought my life was going in the right direction. It changed when I was 19 in highs school. I cant walk anymore I miss it. Well, Im in a hospital bed(2+years) pretty soon Ill be able to get a power chair. Im loking foward to getting it. When I do I will right down my feelings on my Friends with Als page I believe my life has a purpose and Im going to make it a great one.
"Living with Als"
By Snowwhite_2012, 6/8/2009 about
Ive been dealing with this disease for the last 20 years of my life. Im happy to say Im still alive. Amazing yes, alots been changing.I wont tell all- you can read my group page on facebook, Friends with Als. It something I started a lil awhile back. Im looking for more people to join my club. Ill thought my life was going in the right direction. It changed when I was 19 in highs school. I cant walk anymore I miss it. Well, Im in a hospital bed(2+years) pretty soon Ill be able to get a power chair. Im loking foward to getting it. When I do I will right down my feelings on my Friends with Als page I believe my life has a purpose and Im going to make it a great one.
"Lost my mother from Lou Gehrig's disease on May 23, 2009"
By DSanchez1, 5/26/2009 about
I lost my mother on May 23, 2009 after her 3 year battle with Lou Gehrig's disease. She died from this ugly disease and from a broken heart. My step father couldn't handle being her primary caregiver and neglected her throughout her illness. I was with her in hospice holding her hand when she took her final breath...while he was at home watching television. She died on their 35th wedding anniversary. I hope someone can come up with a cure for this disease.
"Lost 8 family members to ALS"
By joopiter296, 5/8/2009 about
I have lost 8 known family members to ALS - my father, brother, aunt, 2 cousins, grandma, great grandma, and great aunt. This has been devastating for our family. All of those out there suffering with this disease and all those who lost their battle to it are true heros. I pray that a cure will soon be found so that no-one else has to suffer with this horrible disease. May God be with all of you with it and all of you who have a loved one with ALS.
"my brother"
By Smoats, 5/8/2009 about
My brother lost his battle with ALS on April 29th 2008. We watched him fight for 7 long years. And watched him lose his ability to walk and run (which he loved) I pray for a cure so that no one has to suffer through this. I think everyone who lives with this disease is so brave Love ya Kenny Stacy
"A Beloved Mama and Nanny lost to ALS"
By mscrowe, 5/6/2009 about
My mother passed away on December 13, 2008, 4 days before her 75th birthday from ALS. I am so happy to see more media attention given to this horrible disease. May we soon see a cure so that no other child or grandchild has to lose their loved one to such a devastating and debilitating disease. May God bless all the PALS, and also the caregivers, families and friends who have to go through this.
"MY HUSBAND"
By yvonnevercoe, 5/5/2009 about
My husband was diagnosed Jan.08 at the young age of 42. An extremely healthy & active daddy of 3 young boys now can barely speak and spends most days in bed. We so desperately need a cure 4 this cruel & horrific disease! 2 the caregivers like myself, be Strong, have Faith, Pray often and Love every minute of every day that u have!
"In memory of Sonia Rodriguez"
By SoniaQ1982, 5/5/2009 about
God bless you all battling against ALS. My heart also goes out to those who have a loved one with this terrible disease. My moms nightmare ended Jan 22, 2007. We truly miss her, yet we know she is in a much better place. There should definitely be more awareness on ALS and these stamps are a great way of spreading the word out there, I commend who's great idea this was.
"still hurting"
By jedr88, 5/5/2009 about
Lost husband/children's dad to the awful disease after only 18 monhts. Still hurting. Hope a cure is found to spare people from this suffering and to spare those that have to watch the ones they love go through this.
"I HAVE ALS"
By lipslady, 5/4/2009 about
I was diagnosed with ALS in March, 2008. It began in my legs and is now progressing to my arms and hands. So far, my speech has not been affected. I think that stamps are a wonderful way to promote ALS. Everyone needs stamps, so why not use it for a good cause. God bless all you ALS Patients and the ALS Association for all their giving and hard work.
"I have ALS"
By dmhammonds, 5/4/2009 about
I was diagnosed with ALS on May 2008 when I was 53 but I started noticing symptoms on May 2007. I have problems with speach and eating. I still work and so far can get around without any help. So for that I'm grateful. My speach has gotten so bad that no one understands me anymore. I have gotten a feeding tube because I was losing so much weight the doctors were concerns. It is so much easier to maintain my weight now.
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