So you think you can’t participate in The Longest Day because you’re going to be at work on June 20th? And it’s a Monday to boot. Not to worry! Make it a FUN Monday with one or two of the following ideas.
You’ve always loved to knit or crochet. Maybe you’ve tucked away your projects, thinking you’ll get back to them when you have more time. Or, maybe you’ve been actively knitting or crocheting for many years and are looking for a great project.
Grab your friends, family and co-workers and form a team. You don’t have to live in the same city or state — or even the same country! Don’t be nervous to ask others to get involved — you’ll be surprised how many people have been affected by Alzheimer’s and want to join the fight.
You can live anywhere and participate in The Longest Day.
I’ve been asked to share the reason I am passionate about participating in The Longest Day. My immediate response is to say I do it to honor my parents who were both lost to younger onset Alzheimer’s. While that is true, it goes much deeper than that.
While teams are encouraged to participate on Monday, June 20, The Longest Day is a flexible event that can be held any day of the week, for any length of time. • If weekends work better, move your activity to Saturday or Sunday. You’ll still have access to the same fundraising tools and coaching. • Fit your activityContinue reading “The Longest Day Tuesday: Participate in a way that works for you.”