2022 One Dollar Difference GEORGIA CHAPTER
Event Honor Roll
Bernard R. Panfel
The Kahn's and Beringer's
Mark A. Panfel
Lee Ann Utley
Leah and Kevin Macklin
Rodrigo Dalla Verde
J, J, C, & A
Christine & Scott Mckenzie
Bill and Lauren Panfel
Rob and Jen Heuchling
Damaris & Ben
Family Yoga supporting the Sally Panfel ALS Program
Family Yoga supporting the Sally Panfel ALS In-Home Care and Respite Program
Sunday, September 18th from 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Dunwoody Nature Center
5343 Roberts Dr.
Dunwoody, GA 30338
Join us for a kids yoga class, adult yoga class, dinner, and drinks.
Funds raised will go towards the Sally Panfel ALS In-Home Care and Respite Program, which provides care grants for ALS patients throughout Georgia.
Suggested Donation: $100 per family, but please contribute what you're comfortable with.
What is the Sally Panfel Program?
The program provides persons with ALS and their families grants to receive in-home care and respite, assisting ALS patients with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, feeding, and safe transfers) and combatting caregiver burnout. For each $20 that is donated, a patient’s caregiver can get one hour off. Family caregivers work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and even a short amount of time off can make a huge difference.
I became passionate about helping ALS patients and their families when my Aunt Sally was diagnosed with ALS in 2012. A onetime UGA basketball player originally from Smyrna, GA, Sally was a tireless caregiver for her family before ultimately needing help to move and communicate, as ALS eventually prevents all voluntary muscle functioning. My family was fortunate to be able to hire help for my aunt so that my uncle could continue working, but many families struggle to afford care for their loved one living with ALS. Thus, my family started a program through the ALS Association of Georgia to provide caregivers for ALS patients.