- AMND launches Team Packard Initiative
September 23, 2014
AMND launches Team Packard Initiative
AMND is proud to partner with the Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins in a national initiative called Team Packard. The goal of Team Packard is to unite students all across the country to raise awareness and funds for ALS. Schools can register for the program and begin ...
- 10 year Anniversary Gala
January 7, 2014
Ten years ago, our dream was born. We planted the seeds of change and you helped them grow. Our 10th anniversary gala will be a final celebration of hope, progress and legacy as we continue our mission to fight ALS on a new path.
Please save the date: Thursday May 22nd at Oheka Castle
Invitations will follow ...
- The 2013 AMND Gala is just around the corner…buy your tickets today!
December 6, 2012
Buy Tickets to the Annual AMND Gala
Our 9th annual event will be held on Thursday, January 10 2013 at Oheka Castle. Tickets are $150 pp and can be purchased below. If interested in purchasing a table at the event, tables seat 12 people.
Vacation Raffle Tickets to Support AMND
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- AMND makes the Wall Street Journal
September 23, 2014
Team Packard WSJ Article Long Island students taking ALS effort national – WSJ
- Finding Meaning
January 24, 2013
You know those pieces of advice, quotes, mantras or songs that have stuck with you? The ones you repeat to yourself when you’re having a bad day or feeling sorry for yourself when you know you shouldn’t be? For one reason or another, some words stay with us. I read Tuesdays with Morrie many years ...
- A Challenge
October 17, 2012
First off, let me apologize for my inconsistent blogging lately. I could do the whole, “life is crazy, work is busy, my sister got married and I had to run more fundraisers than I intended” thing (which by the way, is true), but everybody is busy. So instead, I will just apologize and try to promise ...
- Think Different
April 9, 2012
I stumbled upon an old Apple ad this morning, a little bit of inspiration that really grabbed my attention. About five years ago, the computer empire released a campaign called “think different.” The commercial shows black and white film clips of our history’s biggest and brightest — from Martin Luther King Jr., Einstein, and Gandhi ...