The Importance of Being Seen

“Yes, I have Alzheimer’s disease and I am living with it, not dying with it,” offers Pam McElreath of Sugar Grove, North Carolina.  “My involvement with the Alzheimer’s Association during the past three years has given me the strength to share my story. I believe it is important for me to be seen and for […]

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KICKING OFF THE LONGEST DAY FOR 2021

Join us — and bring your friends — for a special event to kick off The Longest Day 2021 and learn more about how you can join the fight against Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.  Whether you are a veteran of The Longest Day or you simply want to figure out what it is all […]

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Holiday Greetings from North Carolina Leadership

What a phenomenal and unexpected year! On behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association in North Carolina —  Board of Directors, our entire staff, and the Alzheimer’s community in our great state, we want to extend holiday wishes to you. We wish to thank each and every one of you for all you have done to help […]

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Holiday Cheer Supports the Alzheimer’s Association

Bringing a Light of Hope: Mt. Airy Jennifer Johnson was walking through Lowe’s Home Improvement with her fiancé Mark Brown looking at Halloween decorations when they noticed a massive ornament walkway. It sparked a long-felt desire to bring a light display to the community. Within 30 minutes they had tapped their combined years of theater […]

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January Advocacy Event Kicks off 2021 Legislative Sessions

This January, advocates from all across the Tar Heel state will be coming together to prepare for another year in the fight to #ENDALZ. Please join us as we kick off new legislative sessions both in Raleigh and Washington D.C. This virtual event will outline our advocacy efforts as we look to secure policy wins […]

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Shine a Light on Alzheimer’s

All are invited to stand up to the darkness of Alzheimer’s this December by joining us for a special luminary lighting on the longest night of the year – the winter solstice. We’ll gather via Zoom to hear from a few friends and shine a light in honor of all those impacted by Alzheimer’s. Bring […]

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We Are ALZ In This Together

YOU can help us reach our Walk to End Alzheimer’s fundraising goal and receive an exclusive mask!  As we close out the year, let’s show everyone we are ALZ in this TOGETHER! Walkers who raise or donate an additional $35 for Walk to End Alzheimer’s will earn an ALZ mask — or raise $50+ to […]

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Giving Tuesday: Ways to Give

Created in response to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday (Dec. 1) is a global day of giving. Now in its ninth year, #GivingTuesday is a day for families, businesses, communities, students and others to come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and GIVE. On Tuesday, December 1, #GivingTuesday, donate to the Alzheimer’s Association, and […]

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We Give Thanks To You

On behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association in North Carolina — our Board of Directors, entire staff, and the Alzheimer’s community in our great state, we want to wish you well this Thanksgiving. We know this year may be altering traditions and plans, but we hope the spirit of Thanksgiving still offers a time to reflect on all […]

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Positioning Alzheimer’s Related Policy in North Carolina After the Election

Alzheimer’s is an important issue impacting voters across the country, with seven in ten voters saying that they are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports policies to find Alzheimer’s treatments and a cure, improve care, and help caregivers. Join us as we navigate through the changed landscape of the election in the […]

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