A group of NETA staff members volunteered at the Young Faces of ALS’ Cornhole Challenge.

The 2016 Boston Cornhole was largely successful, raising over $20,000!

This campaign recognizes those diagnosed with and affected by Lou Gehrig’s disease before the age of 30.

The Young Faces of ALS is supported by the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI), the world’s largest and leading research center devoted to discovering and developing effective treatments and a cure for ALS.

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