It’s by taking action that we can make a difference
It is with much pride that I have served on The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Society of Quebec’s Board of Directors for the last seven years and now as President.
As some of you may know, I have
Helping afflicted people and their family
I have been a volunteer at the ALS Society of Quebec for many years and I always take pleasure working with the team and offering my modest participation.
The ALS Society is an extraordinary organism thanks to every member of the team – from the
I live for my volunteer work, giving a little hope to people with ALS
In 2002, after being together for over 25 years, we had just started to enjoy life. One day, my wife, who shared my interest in hobbies like golf, hiking, and walking, told me nonchalantly that her
This is what I’ve been doing for the past 5 years
My path to volunteering at the ALS Society is probably a little different from most. Through listening to the Alouettes’ games broadcast on CJAD, I came to appreciate the intelligent and well-expressed comments of Tony Proudfoot.
When he was
The café Michel Richoz owns in a trendy, arts centric area of downtown Montreal contrasts greatly with the reality he lived for two and a half years of his life. The Arts Café buzzes with people. As jazz softly plays in the background nicely accompanying the stained glass and artistic
Les bienfaits que j’en retire sont de donner de petits moments de bonheur à des gens dépourvus
Depuis environ 6 ans, je fais du bénévolat auprès de la SLA étant donné que mon mari est décédé de cette maladie.
Il a créé sa propre fondation, qui a pour
If a person with ALS can come out and do the walk, then we can at least do the walk with them
“I have been doing the ALS walk in Charlevoix for 8 years now and I will keep doing it until there is a cure.”
“We are a small
To volunteer is to give freely and to expect nothing in return
I feel that I never truly volunteered before becoming involved with the cause of ALS. When I was younger, I joined social clubs in my town and took part in community activities, but once I starting working, my
It may not yet be too late for people living with ALS
The text I wrote describes my feelings about the disease that sadly took my brother on July 11, 2012, at the age of 43. I’d like to take this opportunity to praise my mother and everyone else whose incredible
When I retired in 2009, I became a volunteer for the ALS Society knowing full well what I was getting into
We at the ALS Society of Quebec are proud of all our volunteers. We’re shining a spotlight on one of these volunteers in each issue of the Bulletin. Daniel