We're a Happy Village to Support ALS!
Please join us to raise a glass and lend your support for The Joe Martin ALS Foundation!
Drop in on Sunday, November 24th between 4 - 7pm
The Flying Biscuit Café
Park Road Shopping Center, Charlotte, NC
Complimentary “Cindy Lou” cocktails, appetizers, beer & wine will be served
Hosted By: Julie Babb, Cindy Monteith, and Melissa Walker
The Joe Martin ALS Foundation provides free homecare, wheelchair accessible transportation, caregiver training, travel planning assistance, educational resources, volunteer support, and Joe's Camp, an overnight camp for kids whose families have been touched by ALS.
Why are we a happy village? Cindy Monteith's son, Addison, first hosted a fundraiser at his restaurant, The Happy Village in Chicago, this past summer. He sold Cindy Lou cocktails and donated the proceeds to support ALS research. We wanted to bring the good cheer and support for ALS to Charlotte to Cindy's "Happy Village" of friends and supporters.
Please make a donation below and join us if you are able on November 24th to help raise $50,000 for this amazing organization that supports people with ALS and their families! Sponsors donating $250 or more will receive special recognition at the event!
You can learn more about the services provided by The Joe Martin ALS Foundation
by visiting https://joemartinalsfoundation.org/what-we-do/
Questions about this event? Please contact Sarah Hayden at 704-332-1929 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSVP & Make Your Donation Online
Let us know if you will be attending the Happy Village Party by responding here. General donations and sponsorships of $250 or more can be made below. Thanks for your support!
The Joe Martin ALS Foundation's mission is to empower families as they face the challenge of living actively with ALS by providing home care and other services at no cost.
We believe a strong support net can help people living with ALS (PALS) and their families obtain the best caregiving techniques, equipment, and bolster their will to fight this disease.