Hopefully, you have seen that this is a special clinic with unique services and opportunities. Many of the clinical services provided are not billable, but fortunately we have a great partner in The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter. This Chapter provides significant funding to the Duke ALS Clinic and the Duke Telemedicine Program.

 While there are a lot of exciting ideas for new ALS research projects, funding for them is getting tougher to find. Outside contributions to the clinic are thus necessary and greatly appreciated.

Some ideas for contributions include:

  • Donate to the Duke ALS Clinic online

  • Send a check by mail (contact information below)

  • If a friend or loved one passes from ALS, request donations be made in lieu of flowers

  • Donate medical equipment (wheelchairs, walkers, etc.) back to the ALS Association or Clinic if it is not being used. It can be added to our loan programs, which provide necessary equipment to those with ALS

 

To support our Clinic, Telemedicine Program or to donate medical equipment:

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The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter
4 North Blount Street, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27601
919-755-9001
Donate online: www.alsnc.org

To support our ALS center, research, education and advocacy, please contact:

Holli Gall
Executive Director of Development, Neurosciences
710 W. Main St., Suite 200
Durham, NC 27701
919-385-2406 office | 336-971-0823 mobile
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