Join your neighbors and the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) this fall for
Rake For ALS!
You’ve heard of Lemonade Stands or selling Girl Scout Cookies!
Now, kids and teams from across the country will come together to Rake For ALS! Throughout the fall, communities will rake leaves for donations in support of ALS Research.
After his dad, Chris, was diagnosed with ALS in 2020, then 7-year-old Brady knew he wanted to help, but how? Two years later, with the help of some amazing classmates, Brady got to work, raking leaves around his neighborhood this fall. The effort, known as “Clayton Rakes,” has raised an incredible $60,000 for ALS research. Volunteers from the community pitched in to help, sometimes with 50 people showing up on weekends to rake. Residents paid to have their lawns serviced, while others donated online to help the effort.
“I wanted to find a cure for my dad so he could get better, I love him.” – Brady.