I am extremely fortunate to not be directly impacted by Alzheimer's, but it is one of the things that scares me most in this world. I can't even fathom the fear and frustration of those who battle the disease themselves, much less the pain and sadness of loved ones who helplessly watch as a cherished relationship and all the wonderful memories slowly fade away.
That's why I choose to stand up and fight this terrible disease while I still can. I began volunteering for the Walk to End Alzheimer's back in 2015 and after volunteering three times in San Francisco and once in Wilmington, I was asked to join the planning committee. This will be my second year as a committee member and the first time I will actually get the chance to do the walk myself.
I ask that you please join me in fighting Alzheimer's and help support this amazing cause. What we do today could make all the difference tomorrow...and every tomorrow after that. Thank you.
P.S. The walk is remote this year, so if you want to join my team and walk from wherever you are, I'd love to have you! It's 2.5 miles on Saturday, November 7...so if you're somewhere where it might be cold in November, join anyway and just be prepared to bundle up!
Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care and research!
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