Harry "Jack" Hoyt, President and Director, was interviewed on KC 93.5's Caroline's Cause Corner on Tuesday, July 15th 2014, Listen to the Podcast here>>


In the News

Highlight Hollywood: 'The Young and The Restless' Star Kate Linder Attends First Annual Benefit Gala

She Knows Soaps Soaps.com: Y&R's Kate Linder's 1st Trish's Annual Gala 

Orange County Register: Nonprofit Trish's Angels strives to help ALS patients

Tuttle-Click Ford Lincoln Test-Drive Event Raise Funds for Trish's Angels Charity - The Business Journals

Press Release: Trish's Angels web launch & Kate Linder announcement

Each and every media exposure is invaluable to helping Trish’s Angels support the needs of ALS patients. Our board is available for print, web, radio and television features. To schedule an interview, please contact:

Alia Hoyt, Public Relations Manager, ahoyt@trishsangelsals.org

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On May 18th, the House of Representatives passed the FY 2013 Defense Appropriations Act and included $7.5 million for the ALS Research Program (ALSRP), a 17% increase! This is an important victory, especially considering that Congress is looking to cut and eliminate spending—not increase it. It is clear that outreach and personal stories are making a difference!

The National ALS Registry:

The National Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Registry enables persons with ALS to fight back and help defeat ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). By signing up, being counted, and answering brief questions about your disease, you can help researchers find answers to critical questions. The National Directory is designed to garner valuable information for research, provide a better understanding of ALS, and ultimately provide a chance to help create a better future for persons with AlS. You can learn more at www.cdc.gov/als

Take Action Now

We urge you to contact your Representatives and ask them to co-sponsor the MODDERN Cures Act TODAY! To Learn how get involved click on the link below:

 MODDERN Cures Act Reintroduced