Support and stand by those living with ALS in BC

Help people living with ALS today.

Your generous donation will help people and their families living with ALS to access our patient services including support groups, mobile clinics, psychological support services and equipment loan program.  Your support will keep alive the hope of finding a cure for ALS and provide quality care for those living with ALS.

Please send the following details to

  • Equipment type and description
  • Approximate age of equipment (in years)
  • Location of Equipment
  • Your First & Last Name
  • Telephone Number
  1. Andrew & Kathleen Eisen Endowment Fund – Proceeds from this endowment are directed to support ALS patient services provided by the ALS Society of BC.
  2. David Pendray Memorial Endowment Fund – The disbursements from this fund are directed to support patient services provided by the ALS Society of BC.
  3. George “Sonny” Williams Endowment Fund – This endowment fund was created in 2003 to support programs to benefit family caregivers of people living with ALS such as the annual caregiver days held throughout the province.
  4. Pearmain Endowment Fund – The executive of the ALS Society of BC North Central Island Chapter established this endowment to honour the dedication of NCIC volunteers Gord and Jean Pearmain. Disbursements go to support the ALS Society of BC equipment loan program.

Donate a Car – It’s Easier than you think!

The ALS Society of BC is one of the partners of the Donate a Car Canada. If interested, please complete the donation form on the company’s website at or you may also call 1-877-250-4904. They offer car removal, car recycling, or simply junking the car. Once the vehicle transfer is finalized, the ALS Society of BC will issue the donation tax receipt to the donor.

If you would prefer to donate by mail or fax, please download this form and return it to us using the fax number or mailing address provided. You are also welcome to make your donation over the phone by calling us at 1-800-708-3228.

Your workplace might be one of the several companies that assist their employees and retirees through charity matching gifts. Please visit your human resources or payroll department to check if your employer offers any of the following:

  • Matching your charitable donation – normally an employer matching form needs to be completed by the employee in order to initiate the matching gift.
  • Volunteer grants – If you like volunteering, some employers issue donations in honour of the volunteer time done by their employees.
  • Payroll deduction – If your company is connected to the annual United Way or HealthPartners campaign, you can designate your gift to the ALS Society of BC.

Don’t miss the opportunity to double the impact of your support to the charity you are helping.

For a list of accepted items and depot locations, visit