It’s time to take action and fight Alzheimer’s disease
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June 11, 2014
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It’s time to take action and fight Alzheimer’s disease
June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. Your voice and the actions you take this month — and year round — are powerful tools that can help to raise concern and awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and empower others. Support The Longest DayŽ. Become an advocate. Your brain matters, and now is the time to join us in taking action against Alzheimer’s disease.

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Alzheimer’s Association is eBay’s featured nonprofit from June 16 to 23
In recognition of Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, eBay Giving Works is highlighting the Alzheimer’s Association in its new Cause+Effect campaign. From June 16 to 23, the Alzheimer’s Association will be the featured nonprofit and exclusive charity for Give-at-Checkout. You can save the Alzheimer’s Association as your favorite cause, follow collections of our favorite items and donate as little as $1 whenever you buy or sell on eBay. Help us spread the word on social media, and encourage others to save us as their favorite cause.
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Help the Alzheimer’s Association win a $75,000 donation from DSW
We're excited to announce that the Alzheimer’s Association has been nominated to receive a $75,000 donation from DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse — but we need the most votes to win. You can vote once per day, even on your mobile device, so vote often and spread the word.
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