2016 TeamErnst Golf Tournament
(Left) The ALS Football Game was played at Fuller Field, Clinton, Mass on September 28, 2014. Mike attended the game, watching from the end-zone with his friends and team mates.
(Right) Sam Pawlak (ALS Football Game co-honoree) Mike and Steve Ernst laughing at Sam's tan and enjoying the company of old friends
2014 ALS Pick-Up Football Game
2014 Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS Awareness
2016 Coaching Staff Honor Mike Ernst
2014 Harvard vs. Yale & Mike Vollmer video
Summer 2016 Handicap Accessible Van
Coaches rallying around Mike
Proud fatherly moment for Mike to meet with his son Federico's coaches for the first time.
Mike First Time Watching Son Play
Mike was able to go out to Assumption College to see his son Federico(11th grade) play high school football for the first time. It was a thrilling and emotional experience for not only the family but for the coaches and St. John's Prep.
Crimson Handicap Accessible Van
Given to the Mike Ernst Family through the donations of Team Ernst and Team Vollmer
Mike Checking Out His New Wheels!
You couldn't have seen a happier man than Mikey when he first saw the van. The love from Team Ernst and Team Vollmer became tangible and the kindness of such monumental giving was overwhelmingly evident.
2016 Harvard Yale Game
2016 HVC Donation
Harvard Varsity Club Post on 29 September 2016:
The HVC is "Your Team for Life", and we are extremely proud and fortunate to be able to demonstrate our commitment to current and former Harvard University student-athletes through opportunities like The Michael Vollmer '90 Fund, which this weekend awarded its first-ever grant to assist Mike Ernst '83 in his battle with ALS.
Steve Ernst '84, Mike's brother and also a former Crimson football player, shared Mike and Christiana's reactions via
email,"The Harvard Varsity Club community showed profound depth and love when you visited my brother Mike. Both Mike and Christiana were completely blown away by the generosity of Team Vollmer and by the initiative of everyone involved. The funds will go a long way toward keeping Mike as comfortable as possible