Eagles Star LeSean McCoy Fights to End ALS

Philadelphia Eagles star LeSean McCoy makes big plays both on and off the field. McCoy’s grandmother suffered from the devastating effects of ALS, and he took it upon himself to do his part to help the over 30,000 Americans and their families who today are trying to manage the effects of Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Through the work of stars like LeSean McCoy and all of our donors and volunteers, The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter is able to devote critical resources to valuable patient services, advocacy in Harrisburg and Washington, and research to find a cure. Our families are grateful for LeSean’s commitment to this cause as we work together for a world free of ALS.”



Just like on the football field, LeSean McCoy can’t win this battle alone. You can take his example and set up your own third party event or donate directly online today.


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