Team Blue Joins the Fight to End Alzheimer's with The Longest Day Fundraiser

This year, Team Blue is stepping up in a big way to support a cause that touches millions of lives across the globe. We're proud to announce our participation in The Longest Day, a fundraising event organized by the Alzheimer's Association. This event occurs annually on June 20th, the summer solstice, symbolizing the challenging journey of those who live with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers.

Why We're Involved:

Alzheimer's disease is more than just a cause we believe in; it's a devastating condition that affects over 6 million Americans and their 11 million caregivers. It's a battle fought every day from sunrise to sunset, and by participating in The Longest Day, we stand in solidarity with every individual impacted by this disease.

How The Longest Day Makes a Difference: 

The Longest Day is a unique fundraising event that empowers participants to use the power of light on the longest day of the year to fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s. Through activities of their choice, participants raise funds and awareness to advance the care, support, and research efforts of the Alzheimer's Association.

Our Goal:

Our team is committed to raising as much as we can to contribute to this vital cause. Every dollar raised helps provide essential services to families dealing with the day-to-day realities of Alzheimer's, funds research for a cure and supports the Alzheimer's Association in its mission to eradicate this disease.

How You Can Help:

Join us in making a difference. Whether you’ve experienced the effects of Alzheimer's firsthand or simply want to help those who are struggling, your support is invaluable. To donate, please visit our donation page. Your donation not only helps fund important research but also supports families navigating this difficult journey.

As we come together for The Longest Day, your generosity shines a light of hope. On behalf of Team Blue, the Alzheimer's Association, and the millions of Americans living with Alzheimer's, we thank you. Together, we can make a significant impact and move closer to a world without Alzheimer's.


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