Riding for a World Without Alzheimer's
My dad would have turned 102 this spring. He was an accomplished doctor and researcher and he was a loving father and grandfather. He was also diagnosed with Alzheimer's in the final year's of his life. Like 5.8 million Americans, our family also saw this disease up front.
We need to break the grip of Alzheimer's and it is for this reason that our family and friends ride. Proceeds from the ride support the research program of the Alzheimer's Association, the largest private non profit funder of dementia research in the world. We are now leading research into risk factors, deternining what can we do today to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment in the future. We also ride to support the incredible work of the Alzheimer's Association, supporting families grappling with this most challenging disease.
Your support helps us to reclaim the future; that new generations will not know the ravages of Alzheimer's.
We so appreciate your generous support. Thank you!