I rarely talk about my professional life here but on today that will change. For those who didn't know I am very active in public policy in my home state of Georgia and one of the organizations I just joined and am proud to advocate for is the ALS Association of Georgia. The ALS Association provides counseling and medical support to the people of my state who have been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease. Currently there is no known cause or cure for this terrible disorder and most who are diagnosed have a three to five year life expectancy. But, there are thousands of people in Georgia and millions in the United States working towards the day we will cure it.
Until then, we must do everything we can to help those among us who have to suffer with Lou Gehrig's Disease. November 13th is Georgia Gives Day: a time when everyone is encouraged to donate to a statewide charity. I do not ask the readers of this site for much, but if you do live in the State of Georgia with me I would be honored if you could donate a little to this great cause. You can visit the GA Gives site here for more information and of course to donate! And of course I would encourage everyone to find a non-profit group where they live to either volunteer at or donate regularly to. We are all in this together after all and we
On behalf of everyone fighting on behalf of those suffering with ALS, I thank you for your attention and your support!