The Alzheimer’s Association’s Longest Day is Just One Month Away

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Each year, the Alzheimer’s Association celebrates the longest day of year by spreading awareness and raising funds for Alzheimer’s research.

On the first day of summer, June 21st, the Alzheimer’s Association asks you to join them in the many ways to celebrate and also show support for those with Alzheimer’s.

Around the world, people take part in fundraising activities on the Summer Solstice to spread awareness about Alzheimer’s and also to raise money to continue the Alzheimer’s Association’s efforts to conduct more research to learn more about Alzheimer’s.

To join in, it’s easy! First, visit the Alzheimer’s Associations website HERE! Then, chose the activity of your choice (see below) and register online! You can also invite others! Or you can also search for events in your area.

Activities include:

  • Exercise! Things like running, walking, cycling, yoga, swimming or hiking
  • Sports! Go bowling, golfing, play soccer or play tennis
  • Games! Play card games or board games
  • Have a party! Barbeques are always fun during the summer

Also, purple is the official color to represent the Alzheimer’s Association. You can show your support by shining purple porch lights!

Are you organizing an event? Let us know how you are celebrating the Longest Day!

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