Nancy has been living with this disease since 2013, and the impact that she has made on the Alzheimer's community has been overwhelming. Whether it's taking a stand in front of lawmakers in Washington DC, or flying hundreds of miles per year for experimental treatments, this woman has been working tirelessly to live in a world without Alzheimer's.
This year's Walk to End Alzheimer's will look very different. While COVID-19 might be temporary, Alzheimer's disease is happening--it's happening NOW. And it won't cease to exist unless WE do something about it. We--Nancy's friends, family members, employees, neighbors--it all adds up. Every dollar donated. Every step taken. It's all going towards finding a cure for a disease that--everyday--takes a little bit away from someone we love.
This year's Pierce County Walk to End Alzheimer's will not be held on the campus of University of Puget Sound. This year, the Walk will be everywhere--wherever you are, wherever Alzheimer's disease exists. Our journey to a world without Alzheimer's starts NOW, and we will not stop until it stops.
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