The work of Active Against ALS is made possible by the generous sponsors listed below. Please support them! 2018 PLATINUM LEVEL GOLD LEVEL SILVER LEVEL BRONZE LEVEL ($500) COPPER ($250) IN KIND We also thank our prior sponsors from 2008 – 2016.
We thank our sponsors from 2008 – 2016: 2016 Bank of Ann Arbor Blue Care Network Foley & Lardner, LLP Suburban of Ann Arbor Electrical Training Alliance, IBEW – NECA Shutterbooth Hotels Unlimited Phi Delta Theta Michigan Alpha Alumni Association Cottage Inn Jolly Pumpkin Tortoise and Hare The Local Bike Shop Michigan Lighting Systems Barb …
Ann Arbor Active Against ALS is a grass-roots organization based on volunteers. We appreciate participation at all levels! Could you bake for a bake sale? Help at an event? Join a committee? Volunteers help make Ann Arbor Active Against ALS a vibrant community organization. Please contact us about volunteer opportunities at [email protected]
Coaching for a Cure
Each season, hundreds of volunteers in Ann Arbor offer their time and energy to coach our youth sports teams through Rec & Ed. Bob Schoeni is one of these dedicated and beloved coaches. He has coached almost ten years of girls’ soccer, field hockey and softball, and many girls in Ann Arbor know him as “Coach Bob.” Through Coaching for a Cure, parents honor a coach or group of coaches…
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Gallery of Honored Coaches
2022 Coach Chrissy Flaherty 6th-8th grade boys soccer team representing Clague, Scarlett and A2STEAM!! Coaches JR Leonard and Neal Naughton Lawton 1st Grade soccer team! Coaches Paul Ranalli and Mollie Olinyk Eberwhite 3rd Grade Girls soccer team! Coaches Larry Mercier and Dave Thomas Lawton Bryant 2nd Grade Boys soccer team! Coach Geoff Mayers Ann Arbor …
One Coach’s Story
At the beginning of this fall season, I was looking for a way to get the boys thinking about issues broader than soccer or sports. Beneath the 8 year-old machismo, they are a caring bunch, and I thought it would be nice to get them involved in some form of charitable activity. And then the formation of A2A3 prompted the following idea.
Ann Arbor Active Against ALS donates funds to research labs that use the money directly and immediately for cure-driven research. More