NC State Advocacy Day
Join us to learn about the Alzheimer's Association's state policy priorities and meet face-to-face with key elected officials to tell them your personal story.
There are 160,000 North Carolinians currently suffering with Alzheimer's. Many more are undiagnosed, and the cost of care is destroying North Carolina families.
On Tuesday, May 24th, we will once again take the lawn between the legislative buildings to bring our message of hope to North Carolina.
We are also looking for ACT members. Learn more about this role.
It's where you need to be.
The Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum is the nation’s premier Alzheimer’s advocacy event. It’s where you need to be to continue playing a crucial role in the fight against the disease.
An ACT member is an Advocate who works directly with Ambassadors and Association staff to implement federal advocacy activities directed toward members of Congress. ACT members also develop and cultivate trusted relationships with their assigned congressional office through ongoing, personal contacts such as in-district and drop-by visits where they provide information about ongoing state issues, information and education about Alzheimer’s disease as well as the Association.