Betty’s Run for ALS

Betty’s Run for ALS celebrates, promotes and channels hope for those affected with ALS, their families and their friends.

Twenty-seven years ago, Betty Norman had a wish to find a cure for ALS. In spite of her own battle with the disease, Betty unselfishly used her time and energy to bring her vision to life.

Hundreds of families, volunteers and supporters have carried the torch forward to make Betty’s Run an event that inspires care, hope and community. This annual event has enabled the ALS Society of Alberta to grow in its support of people living with ALS across Alberta. Since the first run, families have raised more than $8.5 million for research, equipment and client support services.

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