We walk in honor of my mom (Nana) who was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s three years ago at the age of 49.
You did it! Thousands of teams raised millions to fight Alzheimer’s today. THANK YOU for your tireless efforts. As the sun sets on The Longest Day, we have hope for a world without Alzheimer’s! Here in no certain order our some of the people that participated in The Longest Day in Southeastern Virginia to help #ENDALZ
First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to read this. As some of you know, this disease has been affecting my family for years and continues to do so today. For those of you who may not know, here’s my story…
The Cooke Veterinary Medical Center is hosting an open house fundraiser to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
Are you a motorcycle enthusiast? If so, you’re the perfect fit for The Longest Day! You’re already involved in giving back to your community in so many ways. Turn your favorite activity into helping to raise awareness and funds for the care, support and research in Alzheimer’s. Here are just a few ideas.
Hiking is a great team activity for The Longest Day. If you’re a hiker, you know the exhilaration of conquering a challenging climb as well as the physical and emotional effort it takes to conquer that mountain. The effort it takes for you to conquer the mountain closely mirrors the challenges people living with Alzheimer’sContinue reading “The Longest Day: calling all hikers”
By Becki Sims I want to take you by the hand. I want you to come with me. Come with me to a place where you can see how Alzheimer’s disease affects lives every day.
Meghan Dalessandro participated in the Western Tidewater Walk to End Alzheimer’s® from Guam, where her husband is stationed! This man is my motivation. My Papa. Eugene L. New. Today would have been my papa’s birthday. Our first one without him….
By Robin Sexauer This year will be very different as I am walking in memory of my father, Robert W. Sexauer. For the past 10 years I have co-chaired the Yuk Yuk & Joe’s Restaurant Team with Kathleen Peirson on the Eastern Shore and walked in honor of my father with my dog, also known as his four-leggedContinue reading “Why I Walk to End Alzheimer’s”