Portland, OR. Over 500 people gathered for the 2018 “Paint the town Red!” ALS Dinner and Gala On April 7th. KGW’s Laural Porter introduced keynote speakers Evan and Rachel Deboga. Rachel was diagnosed with ALS at 28 but finds purpose in ALS advocacy through her blog, How I Life Now: Life with ALS. At the gala, organizers thanked the generosity of sponsors, donors, and volunteers for the over $432,000 raised for crucial care services and ALS research. (Photo credit, Michael Keo Photography)

Aubrey McCauley is recognized for more than 12 years of leadership and service to the ALS community.

Bidder cards are raised at ‘Paint the Town Red’ ALS Dinner & Auction Gala

From Oregon and SW Washington Chapter of The ALS Association:
We were honored to profile and hear keynote remarks from Rachel and Evan Doboga of Vancouver, WA. The love and support form our community for this family and all families living with ALS is deeply appreciated.
The Oregon and SW Washington Chapter of The ALS Association provides support and resources for people living with ALS, their families, and caregivers living in the State of Oregon and the six counties of Southwest Washington.
Our Mission: To discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.

More information at: alsa-or.org.