The #4 ALS ONE Massachusetts License Plate! Own the plate that honors the man for whom the disease was named. Lou Gehrig, #4 on the New York Yankees, gave his farewell speech on July 4th 1939, after having been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) just two weeks prior. From that time on, ALS has also been known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. It has been 80 years since Lou's farewell speech at Yankee Stadium and we are closer to treatments for this devastating disease than ever before. Why has it been 80 years and still no cure? Because we've never had the advancements in imaging and research that we have today.


ALS ONE is proud to have the only license plate in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to fund ALS Research and Care. Here's your chance to own the one and only #4 ALS ONE Massachusetts License Plate! All funds raised will go directly to support ALS ONE's research being conducted by Dr's. Merit Cudkowicz of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Dr. Robert Brown of UMass Medical Center, Dr. Steven Perrin of ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI), and Dr. James Berry of MGH. as well as improved CARE for those battling the disease via our partnership with Compassionate Care ALS (CCALS) in Falmouth, MA.


Bidding will end at 11:59pm on September 22, 2019 (80 days after July 4th).

Single-digit license plates are a rare commodity and the #4 plate...well, it's something a little extra-special!

Your bid on the #4 ALS ONE License Plate will help support our mission. You know EXACTLY where your bid will go, and it is 100% tax-deductible. Bid generously, friends. We can't thank you enough!

The LG on our license plate is an homage to Lou Gehrig and your support means the world to us.


We hope you'll help our Drive to End ALS by bidding on the #4 Massachusetts ALS ONE License Plate today.

All funds raised go directly to the ALS ONE partnership to continue the united research of Dr's. Merit Cudkowicz (MGH), Robert Brown (UMass Medical Ctr), Stephen Perrin (ALS TDI), as James Berry (MGH). As well as our care team and resources spearheaded by Ron Hoffman at CCALS.


ALS ONE is a partnership of Boston-based world-leading ALS researchers, doctors, and care practitioners focused on finding treatments for ALS and novel approaches to improve care for those battling the disease now.

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Please contact ALS ONE Executive Director, Jen DiMartino, with any inquiries.

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