The Angel Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting ALS investigations at the Cecil B. Day Laboratory for Neuromuscular Research, internationally recognized for its ground-breaking work in the fight against this devastating illness.
The Angel Fund was established in 1997 by Ginny Delvecchio, herself an ALS patient. Ginny knew ALS all too well: both her mother and her brother had died of the same illness. Ginny's spirit prevailed, however, and she worked tirelessly raising awareness of ALS and funds for research until the disease robbed her of the ability to do so. She died of ALS in August of 1998.
The Angel Fund has launched a campaign for businesses to join us in the fight against ALS. Your business can help raise money for ALS research. Click here to see how.

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LinneaStar – Pyschic Medium – April 25th

The Angel Fund will host a Nite with LinneaStar – Pyschic/medium at the Clarion Inn in Wakefield, MA
Please call 781-245-7070 to reserve your seat today.


We are proud to have eight runners on our Team ALS Boston Marathon Team! Our team will be running the 26.2 miles from Hopkinton, Ma to Boston on Monday, April 21st. They all have been training for months for this day.

Our Angel Fund Marathon team consists of: Angel Fund President Rich Kennedy – his 28th Boston Marathon, Bill Passman – his 25th Boston Marathon – Meghan Osterlind – her 12th Boston Marathon,  Lindsey Kennedy – her second Boston Marathon,  Russell Becker – his send Boston Marathon,  Maggie Butcher – her second Boston Marathon,  Scott Henderson – his Second Boston Marathon and Chris Higgins – his first Boston Marathon

Thank you to our runners to take on such a challenge and to raise money for The Angel Fund. You may support our runners by clicking here.

Got Road Races? The Angel Fund has Three!

Save the dates for the 2014 road races to benefit The Angel Fund. Three road races are scheduled for May and June.

The first race, the 13th Annual Harpoon 5 Miler, will be held in Boston on Sunday, May 18th at the Harpoon Brewery. Registration will begin on March 10th. To make sure that you are on the email list click here.
Click here to see photos from last year.

The second race, the 17th Annual Jimmy Kennedy Memorial Race aka Squirrel Run XVII will be held on Saturday, June 14th in Quincy. Registration is now open.
Click here
to register.
Click here to see photos from last year.

The third race, the Sharon Timlin Race to Cure ALS, will be held on Saturday, June 21st in Hopkinton. Registration is now open.
Click here
to register.

Click here
to see photos from last year.

Bracelets for ALS

Are you looking for a special gift for someone and want to support ALS research?
Ellie Baynham, Katie Cook and their fellow DECA students from Nipmuc Regional High School in Upton chose The Angel Fund as their special project. The students wanted to create awareness and funds for ALS research. They are doing this in memory of David Odham who passed away after fighting a courageous battle against the disease.
According to Ellie, “We chose this project for the fact that ALS does not get the recognition it should have, and more awareness needs to be spread about the disease.”
The sea glass bracelets are handmade by Katie and you can purchase a one in green, blue, white, and brown sea glass for a great price of $7 each.
Contact them by email: or call Ellie at 508-244-9780.
We thank these students for their support of The Angel Fund.

ALS Breakthrough funded in part by The Angel Fund

The Angel Fund’s support of ALS research at the Day Lab at UMass Medical Center in Worcester, under the direction of Dr. Robert H. Brown, Jr. has helped fund a critical ALS breakthrough. The gene EphA4 is the center of the research that was discovered by a Belgium doctor, Dr Brown and other researchers. Dr Brown stated that suppressing EphA4 may be a new way to treat ALS.

 Click here to read more.          Click here for more information.

ALS awareness

The Angel Fund would like to thank Clear Channel Outdoor for their continued support to The Angel Fund. Our message is placed on billboards throughout the New England region for all to see. These billboards create awareness to The Angel Fund and our mission to find a cure for ALS.