Cure Alzheimer's Fund has raised over $50 million for Alzheimer's disease research — and we couldn't have done it without the support of amazing individuals like the ones featured here. Our Heroes are fundraising for us all over the globe by organizing everything from races to tournaments to concerts to benefit Cure Alzheimer's Fund.
I'm Janet Hilts from the San Luis Obispo area in California. My dear friend Alexander has been my close buddy since we were in diapers and now has early onset Alzheimer's. As I help care for him, I'm training in our hills and raising money for the cure at the same time. I'm no athlete, but walked a marathon 3 years ago to celebrate my 60th birthday. Now I'm preparing for a more challenging hilly marathon in honor of my friend and all who suffer from this disease.
We would like to include a donation option in lieu of wedding gifts and are excited to help support a fund that helps progress towards a cure for Alzheimer’s.
We have both seen the debilitating affects the disease takes on our own family members and therefor, have chosen to support the Cure Alzheimer's Fund.
Alzheimer's disease has unfortunately touched our family as it has for far too many families. Michael's father, Stanley, was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and it is slowly taking away many of Stanley's fond memories of his grandchildren, daughter-in-law and sons who all adore him. It is so sad to see a man who is so brilliant, accomplished and loving, impaired with this disease.
Folk rock artist Jeremy LaBove – known as Thrift Store Talent - is creating his fifth studio album with a cause in mind: Alzheimer’s disease. LaBove has launched a Pledge Music campaign to raise funds for the album’s creation and for Alzheimer’s research. The songs on the album will reflect his supporters’ experiences with dementia in their own lives, and rewards are available for donations at various levels. Visit the Pledge Music page to learn more and support the project.
Both of John's grandmothers passed away from Alzheimer's Disease. He would be honored if you would make a donation in their memory to this organization that is dedicated to funding research with the highest probability of preventing, slowing, or reversing Alzheimer’s disease.
This story starts with Sloan Meadows, who decided in May 2014 that he wanted cap off his 4 year undergraduate career as a biology major at James Madison University with a memorable experience that would simultaneously work towards aiding a greater good. A wrestler in high school and dedicated member of the JMU Club Dodgeball team, Sloan has worked towards making a positive impact on the community that has helped him grow into the person he is today.