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Genser Cona Elder Law employees raised $2,500 for The ALS Association Greater New York Chapter by conducting various fundraisers.
Efforts included a Thanksgiving food fair, participating in the Walk to End ALS, a 50/50 raffle, and Casual for a Cause.
The ALS Association is a national non-profit organization fighting ALS. By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers and fostering government partnerships, ALS builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. Its mission is to discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.
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Pictured L-R: Jennifer Cona of Genser Cona Law, Tracy Sandy-Ali, chief of care services at The ALSA Greater NY Chapter, Melissa Negrin-Wiener of Genser Cona Law
Genser Cona Elder Law is a full service law firm based in Melville, LI. Our firm concentrates in the areas of elder law, estate planning, estate administration and litigation, disability planning and health care facility representation. We are proud to have been recognized for our innovative strategies, creative techniques and unparalleled negotiating skills unendingly driven toward our paramount objective - satisfying the needs of our clients.
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