The Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation donated a power lift chair to an ALS patient in December 2016
Congratulations to Brady Tuttle and Rachel Senerchia, winners of the 2016 Anthony Senerchia ALS charitable scholarship
In September 2016, The Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation donated another $10,000.00 to the Columbia University ALS gift fund. Anthony Senerchia Jr., along with his brother Joseph Senerchia presented the check to Dr. Hiroshi Mitsumoto, Director of The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig MDA/ALS Research Center in New York City.
Thank you for your continued support! The Foundation looks forward to the opportunity to Give Back to the ALS community!
In February 2016, the Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation helped four Iowa families by providing them each with a $1,000 grant.
In December 2015, the Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation assisted a Bronx, NY family by helping them aquire a stair lift. The foundation also provided funds to help family a Westchester County NY family build a wheelchair ramp.
Thank you all who have donated for making all of this possible!
CHARITY EVENT MAY 16TH, 2016!
“ The Community Care Club will be hosting a dodge ball tournament at the Pelham Middle School gym. All proceeds from the event will go to the Anthony Senerchia Jr ALS Charitable Foundation. The team that raises the most money wins a dinner for 6 at Edos Japanese Steak House, also the winner of the tournament will receive a trophy. The tournament will be held on May 14th, 2016 from 10am-1pm, and any PMHS student is welcome to make a team or join one . If you’re not on a team, please remember to help those who are by donating to their team. Each team needs 6 players, and each player will need $5 to participate in the event, for a total of $30 per team. There will be CCC members at a table all week with sign up sheets in front of the auditorium (next to the main office). If you have any questions, please contact either Ms. Wasnetsky (email@example.com ), or Jack Little (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Congratulations to Tommy Munson, the first recipient of the Pelham high school student-athlete award & scholarship!
In April 2015, the Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation helped Donna Myhre by donating funds to assist with her care. Please see Donna’s note and her story below.
Hello and thank you so much for the most generous donation. Please know, it has been a great assist to my family and we are eternally grateful. My story: As a teacher and fitness instructor I was always moving and on the go. I was an active 39 year old triathlete who enjoyed running around and playing kickball with my nieces, liked taking the stairs, and being independent. When my muscles started cramping, twitching, and weakening, I was perplexed. I spent over a year trying to figure out what was happening. On September 28, 2012, I was diagnosed with a motor neuron disease most closely representing the symptoms of ALS. Unknowingly, two weeks prior I had conceived my beautiful daughter. I had to immediately change my life philosophy to keep myself sane. “Listen intently, love unconditionally, and embrace the good life has to offer”. Currently, I spend my days teaching middle school math and my evenings with my family. I am blessed to still be walking, very unsteadily and with much support, but walking! Entertaining an almost 2 year old, snuggling and letting those around me know how appreciative I am have become my favorite hobbies. I have a fantastic support system and have encountered more kindness and generosity then ever imaginable while on this journey. I look forward to many more years of memories with those I love.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Donna Myhre
In April 2015, the Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation helped Lindsay Abromaitis-Smith by donating funds to assist with her care. Please see Lindsay’s note, bio and photo below.
Dear Anthony, Thank you so much for your generous donation. As I’m sure you know, mobility is a huge challenge now. Having the ability to go places outside of the city is essential to my mental health and you have made it so much easier. I plan on going on a road trip with my husband this summer! Many thanks and much goodness, Lindsay.
Link to Lindsay’s work: http://sheisdescending.tumblr.com
In December 2014, the Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation helped a San Antonio Texas family with ALS by donating funds to assist with their care.
The Anthony Senerchia Jr. ALS Charitable Foundation donated $15,000.00 to the Columbia University ALS gift fund in October 2014. The ability to donate these funds was made possible by the generous donations raised during our Annual Strike Out ALS Softball Tournament and through the donations made directly to our Foundation as a result of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.