Corporate sponsors are incredibly important partners for our Chapter in the fight against ALS. Companies have a tremendous impact on the ALS Community in North Carolina and our work wouldn’t be possible without their support.
Our objective is to help your company meet or exceed its marketing and sales goals. We achieve this by increasing visibility for your brand throughout the state and giving direct access to our engaged audience. We strive for mutually beneficial partnerships to create deep, long-lasting connections with your desired audience, while advancing our vision to create a world without ALS.
Everything we do for our corporate partners is custom, so we want to hear about your goals and will happily build something just for your company and budget. Please get in touch with Dave Shore:
Dave Shore, Chief Operating Officer
Since 2009, Pepsi Bottling Ventures has partnered with The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter to quench the thirst of people walking to defeat ALS...read more
In 1990, Stalls Medical, Inc. had just three employees and one office. But with a strong work ethic and a sincere desire...read more
Med Emporium is a premier medical boutique that provides comprehensive respira-tory equipment and services. Since their early days as a company in the 1990s, they have worked to im-prove the lives of people living with ALS....read more
Our Walk events across North Carolina are growing at a rapid pace, and we owe that to both our sponsors and our walkers. We would love to talk to your company about becoming part of this exciting and charitable event. It is both an investment in the fight against ALS and in your company. The Walk to Defeat ALS® offers a high level of exposure and a new way to communicate your marketing message to your audience. To learn more about the Walk, visit our events page.
The North Carolina ALS Caregivers Conference is our annual signature conference designed to meet the educational needs of interdisciplinary healthcare teams and caregivers who work with individuals diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). It is also a source of information for people living with ALS with a focus on hands-on demonstrations of medical equipment and adaptive equipment as well as caregiving skills and techniques.