BENEFITING: ALS GUARDIAN ANGELS FOUNDATION
Randy Frank wrote -
On October, 27 2012 at Skydive Atlanta in Thomaston, GA, myself, & several crazy others, will be jumping out of perfectly good airplanes to raise funds to help pALS in need and "Find hope at 14,000 feet." We will be making this a special tribute to Veterans with ALS (vALS) as well as all warriors battling ALS. Veterans are roughly 60% more likely to receive an ALS diagnosis than those who have never served.
Now if I plummet to the ground, & leave a substantial "dent", please donate to this wonderful cause, but send a little extra to fund the expense of digging me up.
On a very serious note, To Those Who are not familiar with ALS: ALS is a Motor Neuron Disease that affects a persons muscles eventually leaving them paralyzed unable to eat, breathe, or talk. There is no cure. The average life expectancy of an ALS patient is only 2-5 years.
Please take the time to donate to this wonderful organization that happily meets the needs of our pALS each day. Please visit www.alsguardianangelsfoundation.com for more information.