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Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research.

How to Participate in 3 Easy Steps:

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1. Find a Walk in your community.
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2. Register as a team captain, team member, or individual.
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3. Start fundraising and raising awareness.

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Why We Walk

"I'm living with dementia and I walk to help spread the word that no matter what type of dementia you have, the Alzheimer's Association is there to help." -Steven B.
"You feel the love walking with all of these people who've gone through what you have. It puts a silver lining on this horrible disease." -Katrina R.
"You have a choice to make a meaning out of losses. I lost my mother to Alzheimer's, but every year I walk and raise funds, I know I'm making a difference." -Barbara C.
"I walk for my best friend and the best man at my wedding — my dad." -Reagan H.
"Walk to End Alzheimer's is like one big team. You're walking alongside strangers, but all you want to do is high five them. The energy is contagious." -Whitney R.
"I walk to let folks know that many of us living with Alzheimer's can still fight. I want to raise awareness while I still can." -Dan W.
"As a caregiver, I often feel alone. But when you're at Walk to End Alzheimer's, you realize you're not; you're fighting this disease with hundreds of thousands of other people." -Daisy D.
"Participating in Walk to End Alzheimer’s gives me hope for my generation." -Kendall P.
"I walk in honor of my grandfather. It was heartbreaking to see a man so distinguished and so accomplished slowly lose himself to Alzheimer's disease." -Brittany M.
"I'm living with dementia and I walk to help spread the word that no matter what type of dementia you have, the Alzheimer's Association is there to help." -Steven B.
"You feel the love walking with all of these people who've gone through what you have. It puts a silver lining on this horrible disease." -Katrina R.
"You have a choice to make a meaning out of losses. I lost my mother to Alzheimer's, but every year I walk and raise funds, I know I'm making a difference." -Barbara C.
"I walk for my best friend and the best man at my wedding — my dad." -Reagan H.
"Walk to End Alzheimer's is like one big team. You're walking alongside strangers, but all you want to do is high five them. The energy is contagious." -Whitney R.
"I walk to let folks know that many of us living with Alzheimer's can still fight. I want to raise awareness while I still can." -Dan W.
"As a caregiver, I often feel alone. But when you're at Walk to End Alzheimer's, you realize you're not; you're fighting this disease with hundreds of thousands of other people." -Daisy D.
"Participating in Walk to End Alzheimer’s gives me hope for my generation." -Kendall P.
"I walk in honor of my grandfather. It was heartbreaking to see a man so distinguished and so accomplished slowly lose himself to Alzheimer's disease." -Brittany M.

Alzheimer's by the Numbers

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In the United States someone develops Alzheimer's every 66 seconds.
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More than 5 million Americans are living with the disease.
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In 2016, Alzheimer's will cost the United States $259 billion. This number is expected to rise to over $1 trillion by 2050.
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In the United States someone develops Alzheimer's every 66 seconds.
United States of America

More than 5 million Americans are living with the disease.
Up arrow

In 2016, Alzheimer's will cost the United States $259 billion. This number is expected to rise to over $1 trillion by 2050.