An amazing husband, father, athlete, scholar, and friend, Roger was loved and admired by all those who got to meet him. The smartest and best looking guy in the room, he will be celebrated for his engaging, gracious, and kind personality.
ALS never defined Rog nor did it stop him from living his life to the fullest.
The ALS CURE Project partnership with the Livermore Lab Foundation (LLF) to conduct ALS research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) was featured in the LLF 2019 Philanthropic Report. Under this partnership with the LLF, LLNL will be applying world-class data analytics to discover ALS biomarkers and to gain an understanding of the ALS disease mechanism.
Due to the Corona Virus we are postponing the golf tournamet until it is safe for all to attend and support a good cause.
Due to the delay in the MLB season a new date for the Oakland A’s annual ALS Awareness Day at the Coliseum will be set once the MLB schedule is revised. Funds raised from the game will benefit ALS CURE Project’s collaborative project .
Fans can still contribute directly by making a donation at gofundme.com/piscottyals2019.
Over 200 people enjoyed the ALS Cure Gala including a dozen Oakland Athletics players including Matt Chapman, Liam Henricks, Gold Glover Matt Olson, Chad Pinder, Stephen Piscotty and their teammates.
A council driven approach leveraging industry expertise to achieve ALS CURE strategic objectives.
Stephen and Mike Piscotty created ALS CURE Project as a promise to Gretchen to work towards elimination of ALS as a scourge on humanity.
The specific purpose of ALS CURE Project is to lead scientific research focused on the identification of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) biomarkers and disease mechanism with the ultimate goal of finding a cure for ALS.
ALS CURE Project is a 501(c)(3) public charity registered in the United States, EIN# 84-3289802. Contributions will be tax-deductible. 2808 Longspur Way, Pleasanton, CA 94566 firstname.lastname@example.org
ALS CURE Project raises funds internationally and sponsors research in the US and UK.