Our Vision Is a World Without Alzheimer’s
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.
Currently, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and by 2050, without a cure, this number may reach 16 million. With one in eight Americans over 65 living with Alzheimer’s, it is likely that you already know someone impacted by the disease. Families impacted by Alzheimer’s disease include our friends, colleagues and clients. The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.
Donate to the Alzheimer's Cause
When you give to the Alzheimer’s Association, your gift can power a program that helps a family stay strong today, a discovery that saves the next generations for this disease or a movement that makes Alzheimer’s a national priority.
Only the Alzheimer’s Association can make this vision possible. Only your support can make it happen. You can decide how you would like to donate; please do it today.
How to Donate
You can donate to make a tribute, give to a walker, make a general donation, or give on a monthly basis. Explore the 4 options below to see how you can End Alz.
Don’t know how or who to give to? Make a general donation!
Give in the name of a loved one, present or passed.
Support your favorite Walk participants!
Donate on a monthly recurring basis
Engage - Make Alzheimer's History
Fundraising fuels our mission. Now is the time to do more. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s and more than 16 million are family caregivers. Our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s; you can help us get there. By participating in an event, or donating to someone who is, you are funding Alzheimer research, programs and support — and making a critical difference in the lives of so many.
Engage by making a donation and participating today!
“We knew we wanted to leave money to the Alzheimer’s Association because we were both very grateful for what the Association had done. Not only was there support, they opened up the chance for us to become advocates for the cause.”Elaine Reisman