We are a 100% all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. No one takes a paycheck here and there are no administrative costs. That means 100% of all funds raised by the R.A.S.C.A.L.S. Foundation go directly to fighting ALS.
The money goes to fund promising treatment research and development. It helps with ALS family assistance, such as our annual Higher Education Scholarship program.
“That our cells and method of delivery are safe in ALS patients bodes very well for expanding to other indications. We expect to commence our FDA-approved Phase I trial in chronic spinal cord injury later this year using the same methodology. We want to thank the surgeons at Emory, who developed these techniques, as well as the patients and their families who have taken part in the trial.”
April marks National Volunteer Month. This observance holds very special meaning for all of us here at the Robert A. Stehlin Campaign for ALS (R.A.S.C.A.L.S.). That’s because we are a 100% all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. There are no administrative costs.
That means no salaries, payments, or perks for anyone. Out-of-pocket expenses truly means out of our [...]
“I believe happiness is a choice. Some days it is a very difficult choice,” he says. “This is true for everyone. I look at the human life like an experiment. Every new moment, every new experience, tragic or otherwise, is an opportunity to gain a more accurate perspective and helps lead me to clarity.”
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The Robert A. Stehlin Campaign for ALS (R.A.S.C.A.L.S.) is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) charity. 100% of all funds raised go to building awareness, treatment research and development, plus ALS family assistance. There are no administrative costs.
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ST. LOUIS, Missouri, January 12, 2013 — The Robert A. Stehlin Campaign for ALS (R.A.S.C.A.L.S.) presented their annual Winged Warrior award to Julie Tristan, anchor-reporter for KSDK’s Show Me St. Louis.
The presentation was made at the RASCALS’ recent Trivia Night, for which Julie has been the Master of Ceremonies since the inaugural event in [...]
December 19, 2012 — Research led by Dr. Udai Pandey, Assistant Professor of Genetics at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, has found that the ability of a protein made by a gene called FUS to bind to RNA is essential to the development of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). This discovery identifies a possible therapeutic [...]
St. Louis, Missouri, October 3, 2012 – The RASCALS Foundation is proud to announce their selection of recipients for their 2012 Higher Education Scholarship. The Board of Directors came to a unanimous decision in naming Amy Fjerstad and Jaci Hermstad as their choices. Miss Hermstad is attending Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Miss [...]
On this date, June 2nd in 1941, Lou Gehrig passed away after a two-year battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), the disease that now bears his name.
As ALS Awareness Month 2012 comes to a close, Bob would like to ask one thing of everyone reading this: Make every day an ALS Awareness Day.