Late last week, Project A.L.S. hosted its 15th annual Tomorrow is Tonight gala at Roseland Ballroom. Celebrities in attendance included Rob Morrow, Paul Rudd, Christine Taylor, Gina Gershon, Odette Annable, Dave Annable, Ben Stiller, Tom Cavanagh, Richard Kind, Vincent Piazza, Donna Hanover, and Mickey Sumner. Project A.L.S., an organization committed to raising awareness, treating, and ultimately, curing ALS, used the same venue, Roseland Ballroom, for its 1st benefit fifteen years ago. It was in that year, 1998, that Jenifer Estess, in being diagnosed with ALS, founded the organization to change how ALS research was conducted, in an effort to generate new promise for the ailment.
At the event, Paul Rudd, Rob Morrow, Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, and Richard Kind were just some of the organization’s supporters that spoke about their close connection with Project A.L.S. In addition, Tom Kurdoff was honored for his courage and relentless fight against ALS. Kurdoff’s son Tommy spoke on his behalf in expressing his gratitude to Project A.L.S. and its many supporters for assisting in the battle against ALS. What an inspiring, impactful evening for a truly worthy cause!