The ALS ice bucket challenge continues to bring in huge donations this summer for efforts to cure and treat what’s commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
As of today, the viral campaign has raised more than $94 million for the ALS Association — compared to only $3 million raised during the same time last year.
The group now faces a challenge: how should it spend all that money. They have already begun consulting with clients, volunteers and its 38 chapters across the country on how the money should be spent.
(READ the story from NPR)