RIDE TO END ALZHEIMER’S
The Noonan family, whose story was featured in PBS’s Emmy-winning series, “The Forgetting,” struggled with multiple cases of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease within their immediate family over several generations. Hoping to save other families from experiencing this devastation, the Noonan’s founded the original Memory Ride for Alzheimer’s Research.
Each year 90% of the funds raised are given to research restricted grants. The remaining 10% of proceeds fund programs and services here in the Massachusetts/New Hampshire chapter.
Join RIDE to End Alz and be a part of this inspiring day as we cycle forward to #EndAlz!
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On the day of the RIDE we attack this disease as a family – because it attacks as a family. My wife Jordana and I ride on our tandem bicycle, my children, siblings, nephews, nieces and cousins have all volunteered over the years. We get to fight this disease with others sharing our stories and the miles giving support in so many waysLarry Alford