Please join the ALS Society of BC in welcoming Stefanie Lee as the new Coordinator and Melissa Nelson as the new Assistant to the Volunteer and Events Support department.
For care and to support a cure for ALS
Regarding the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge:
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was an unplanned, one-time event that went viral. This unexpected win fall has taken us all by surprise, with great thanks. The ALS Society of BC Finance Committee is working diligently to develop a recommendation to the Board and when ratified will be shared with our constituents, donors and the public.
The ALS Society of BC has enlisted the expertise of an audit manager to review how we (ALS BC) will manage the funds directed to our organization as a result of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
ALS BC is proud of our track record of fiscal management and that we operate with less than 15% administration costs. We do not have a wait list for any of our services.
Once a plan is in place, it is our intention to ensure full transparency with the disbursement of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge funds, as is the case with all funds we manage.
If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The ALS Society of BC is dedicated to providing direct support to ALS patients, along with their families, and caregivers, to ensure the best quality of life possible while living with ALS. Through assisting research, we are committed to find the cause of, and cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
The ALS Society of BC has three principal objectives:
- To provide direct support to patients, their families, and caregivers. This includes an equipment loan program.
- To raise funds for patient services & research, and
- To increase public awareness and understanding of ALS
Charitable Registration Number: 10670 8985 RR0001
Cavalier celebrated their 1 year anniversary with an outdoor charity street hockey tournament on Saturday August 16th at Sunset Beach, Vancouver.