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 +http://www.alsa.org/alsa/contact.cfm?CFID=2959416&CFTOKEN=5c7605ca2476d303-6D7957B7-188B-2E62-80FCD0873B321C18
  
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 +Contact Us
 +The ALS Association, National Office
 +27001 Agoura Road, Suite 250
 +Calabasas Hills, CA 91301-5104
 +Phone: (818) 880-9007
 +Fax:     (818) 880-9006
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 +Email address available on site
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 +The ALS Association's Partners for Hope
 +Many corporations, both large and small, have become Partners For Hope with The ALS Association through an array of cooperative, cause-related marketing programs.
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 +Our Partners For Hope help further the mission of The Association through their support of:
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 +    * Community Outreach programs
 +    * Patient Services programs to improve living with ALS
 +    * Public Awareness and Education programs
 +    * Research Initiatives 
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 +The ALS Association also welcomes in-kind donations that are used to offset expenses such as printing, public awareness advertising space and items for event auctions. As you will see in this special section, The ALS Association's Partners For Hope provide assistance in a variety of ways. All of which lend merit to the work of The ALS Association and the fight against ALS.
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 +For information on specific opportunities, please contact:
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 +The ALS Association Community Services Department
 +Phone: 818-880-9007 (x227)
 +Email:  communityservices@alsa-national.org 
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 +[[communication alsa dot org|Communication]] with alsa.org
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