Thank You for visiting the ‘2019 Carotek Process Solutions Summit Page’ , This event is now closed and is no longer accepting donations. We appreciate your interest in supporting The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter, visit us at webnc.als.org or call 877-568-4347 for additional information or questions.
Carotek is proud to sponsor an ALS Fundraiser at our Process Summit 2019 in honor of our founder, Addison Bell, who passed away from ALS in 2015. This year we are honoring Addison Bell with a fundraiser to raise support for the ALS Association North Carolina Chapter. Our goal is to raise $10,000 to help in this fight.
At The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter, everything they do supports the discovery of effective treatments and a cure for ALS. The Chapter supports nearly 800 families per year who are currently struggling with their battle against ALS.
The ALS Association NC Chapter is proud to be recognized by the charity watchdog group, GuideStar, as a Platinum Charity for their commitment to transpareny. Additionally, they are an accredited charity by the Better Business Bureau.
Your contribution will be used to:
1. Fund clinical trials and global research projects
2. Pay for in-home care, financial grants for families, and an medical equipment loan closet
3. Fund 5 Multidisciplinary ALS clinics throughout the state
86 cents of every dollar will go directly to the cause. (9 cents to fundraising expenses and 5 cents to administrative costs)
Thank you for your support to end ALS and for honoring our founder, Addison Bell!
Click here for more information about the ALS Assocation North Carolina Chapter and their missions and values.
James Addison Bell In 1965, Addison Bell founded Carotek, Inc. headquartered in Matthews, NC, and served as CEO until his death. He considered himself very privileged to serve with over 160 Carotek employees and their families as manufacturers agents, distributors, and mechanical and electrical engineered packages fabricators for the industrial market for five southeastern states as well as several international markets. The founding President of the Matthews Chamber of Commerce, he was also on the University of North Carolina Board of Governors, as well as serving as a Commissioner of the North Carolina Rules Review Commission. Addison passed away from service related ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) in March of 2015. He served in the Navy during the Korean War on the aircraft carrier, the Coral Sea.