We provide emotional and educational support to children and young adults who have or had a loved one battling Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig's disease.
HLC is the only nonprofit in the United States with this specific and important mission.
Get Involved with HLC
Come to Camp HLC
Camp HLC is a three-day, overnight retreat for children and young adults, ages 6-21, who have or have had a loved one battling ALS, as well as their families. It is an opportunity to have fun, to be challenged through team building exercises, and to meet peers going through the same thing.
Camp is provided free for our ALS families by Hope Loves Company and our sponsors. All meals and activities are included.
You can help by volunteering at any of our HLC events. From setting up tables to assisting children with projects, your help is always needed.
Our premier event, Camp HLC, depends on volunteers to create a fun, safe, and successful weekend. Whether you are volunteering your time and skills or attending camp with a child, you are in for a special weekend.
We would not be able to provide our wonderful programs without supporters like you! Any financial contribution is very much appreciated.
Does your employer match charitable contributions? Many companies have a corporate matching program to match donations their employees make to nonprofits. We'd love to be included in your company's matching gift program!
Hope Loves Company recognizes that it is so important, now more than ever, to offer support to children and families affected by ALS. Therefore, we've created programs and resources that can be accessed virtually in the hopes that we can offer you and your family opportunities for fun and relaxation, as well as a safe space to express yourself.
Young caregivers face several challenges including financial insecurity as a result of time and money spent caring for their loved one with ALS. HLC hopes to combat some of these challenges by offering scholarships each year to support the continued education of children and young adults affected by ALS.