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Cure Alzheimer's Fund has raised over $33 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.
Steve Kaneko, age 52 of Seattle, partner design director at Microsoft, won a Technical Recognition Award. After researching several charities, Steve chose to donate $31,500 of his award to Cure Alzheimer’s Fund.
At age 12, Max Wallack founded Puzzles To Remember as his Bar Mitzvah project. It is a nonprofit organization that provides puzzles to facilities caring for Alzheimer’s patients. Today, Max is doing research on Alzheimer’s disease as an intern in the Molecular Psychiatry and Aging Laboratory at Boston University’s School of Medicine.
On Alan Arnette’s 58th birthday, he and his team reached the summit of K2 in Pakistan—one of the most challenging mountains in the world. K2 is his latest feat in a tireless effort to raise awareness of and money for Alzheimer’s.
Founded in 2013 by Jake and Josh Akman in honor of their grandfather, Dr. Richard Hollander, The Dick Hollander Open™ is a charity golf tournament that raises money for Alzheimer’s research.
In 2001, Gregg and Bruce Johnson created the DKJ Foundation in both their parents’ honor. While caring for their father, the Johnsons recognized the importance of supporting people affected by Alzheimer’s and the need for non-institutional care.
Eight years ago, Diana Fiske rallied a group of women to support the Alzheimer's cause by holding an annual tennis tournament to benefit Cure Alzheimer's Fund. In 2014, they're still going strong.