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2021 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Washtenaw County


Campaign Progress
of Goal
$21,369 Raised
14% Achieved




Our Goal

We're walking in 2021 — and we invite you to join us.

We're moving forward with plans to host Walk to End Alzheimer's® in person this fall. The health and safety of our participants, staff and volunteers remain our top priorities as we make decisions about event details in your community, and we’ll continue to offer options to participate online and in your neighborhood.

Register today and be the first to know about event details in your area.

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Look below for latest updates for the 2021 Walk, Programs and Services, Research, and Advocacy!

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The Latest Updates in Alzheimer's Disease Research
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MADC May 2021 Event

Alzheimer's Impacts Thousands
Help us make history and advocate for the creation of a Dementia Unit in Michigan, which would provide the necessary infrastructure to address the full scope of need that dementia requires. This will help to leverage other elements of state government such as Medicaid, licensing, public health and nursing home regulation. It will give the State of Michigan the ability to pull in grants and federal funding at a much larger scale to address this crisis. 
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Top Fundraisers

  1 -  Champions Club Harrison Withers ($565)
  2 -  Self Donor Norma Kaub ($500)
  3 -  T-shirt Achieved Cathy Krzyske ($470)
  4 -  T-shirt Achieved Annie Pinchoff ($400)
  5 -  T-shirt Achieved Self Donor Catherine Gammage ($325)
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  1 -  Friends and Family of Harrison C. Withers Jr. ($2,490)
  2 -  AED ($663)
  3 -  Team Judy ($660)
  4 -  St. Paul Lutheran Church & School ($640)
  5 -  Bassett Murray Law Group ($570)
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  1 - Sigma Kappa ($445)
  2 - Brookdale Senior Living ($60)
  3 - Gerontology Honor Society ($25)
  4 - Alzheimer's Association Home Office ($5)
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