KENT DICKERSON RING OF HONOR
Inspired by ALS Heroes (persons living with ALS) and their meet-any-challenge spirit, The ALS Association Indiana Chapter, formed the Kent Dickerson Ring of Honor. An avenue for philanthropists to honor their loved ones each year with a charitable donation of $5,000 or more. An exclusive membership society, the Kent Dickerson Ring of Honor was established in 2019.
The Ring of Honor's namesake is Kent Dickerson, an ALS Hero. Kent is passionate about giving back. In his own words Kent says, " I want to leave a legacy that will help others deal with this dreaded disease we call ALS. There are so many families struggling with the everyday needs that ALS brings. We need to help those people."
Kent and The ALS Association Indiana Chapter invite you to join us to support the work that fundraising events alone do not cover - work that can benefit every patient living with ALS in Indiana and the entire ALS community for years to come.
ABOUT KENT DICKERSON
Kent Dickerson was diagnosed with ALS in 2013. Since his diagnosis he has maintained a fighting spirit. With his faith and his family by his side, he has personally worked to raise awareness about ALS and for people living with this disease. Kent is married to Sandy, he is a father, grandfather and compassionate friend.
Click here to read Kent's letter.
Membership in the Kent Dickerson Ring of Honor is for individuals and/or family foundations who make an annual financial contribution of $5,000 or more to The ALS Association Indiana Chapter. All gifts can be dedicated in honor or in memory of a loved one. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
EXCLUSIONS to the Kent Dickerson Ring of honor are companines, in-kind contributions and organizations. The Chapter has additional sponsor opportunities for the aformentioned groups.
For more information about membership in the Kent Dickerson Ring of Honor, click here to download the informational brochure.
For inquires or to schedule a meeting about membership, contact Tina Kaetzel, Executive Director.
Members of the Kent Dickerson Ring of Honor provide the more than 500 vulnerable families living with ALS in Indiana access to:
- Social Work Guidance
- Support of ALS Clinics and Telehealth Appointments
- Loans of Essential Medical Equipment and Assistive Technology
- Home Visits
- Support Groups
- Financial Assistance for Economic Crisis
- Local and Global Research
Kent and Sandy Dickerson
Elaine and Eric Bedel in honor of Todd Siebert and in memory of Neil Shook
Anonymous in honor of Kent Dickerson
Evan and Abbe Bedel in honor of Todd Siebert
Dave Clevenger in memory of Mark Clevenger
Mark Clevenger - Clevenger Family Financial Assistance Program in memory of Mark Clevenger
Martha and Tom Dehoff in honor of Todd Siebert
Scott and Erin Dorsey in honor of Jenni Berebitsky
Bradford and Aimee Harvey in memory of the remarkable life of John Madzin and in honor of his brother Mike Madzin
Ed Memmen in memory of Ava Memmen
Michael and Taya Millikan in memory of Robert Olsen
Carol Siebert in honor of Todd Seibert