I participated in my first Walk to End Alzheimer's® in 2011. Back then I knew the mission was important, but hadn't realized just how much so until three years later. In 2014 I lost my dad to vascular dementia.
In a lot of ways, 2020 feels like 2014 did. The year started out full of hopes and dreams, and by March (when dad passed, just days after his 59th birthday), my world felt like it stopped.
This year, almost everyone is going through something because of COVID-19. But that doesn't mean the fight against Alzheimer's takes a pause - if anything it's just as important now as it's ever been.
I hope you'll consider supporting my efforts this year. I truly believe that together we can someday end Alzheimer's disease.
Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care and research!
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