In advance THANK YOU whole heartedly for taking a moment to read my profile and the following message regarding my involvement in the 5th Annual Twin Cities Blonde's vs. Brunette's football game.
I am Thrilled to be returning toTeam BRU for my 4th and final season!!! Words cannot describe how much love and respect I have for this organization, the players, coaches, super fans, and families. The commitment made by all of these people not just for the season but year round is extraordinary. The friendships made and support found within the BVB community are unlike anything I have ever experienced and I feel extremely blessed to be apart of this Organization.
The past 3 years I have watched as my own grandfather was diagnosed with moderate dementia and stage 4 Alzheimer's. Watching him and my family struggle to understand this disease and to help my grandpa live out his daily life with less confusion and anxiety is heartbreaking. The resources the Alzheimer's Association provides is able to give us some support as we continue to learn and fight with my grandpa to keep his memories both new and old.
This is a truly devastating disease. No single person has ever survived and "Beaten" Alzheimer's. It has no cure.
Alzheimer’s disease is the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. Over 5 million Americans are living with the disease and nearly 15 million are acting as caregivers.
Why your donation matters and what it means:
A donation of any amount means you are aiding in the the Alzheimer's Associations advance research to discover methods of prevention, treatment and ultimately, a cure.
For the millions already affected by the disease, the Association offers:
- Resources in communities nationwide
Thank you for your generosity – together, we can tackle Alzheimer’s.