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2020 Hope Champion Awards

The Alzheimer’s Association, MA/NH Chapter established our Hope Champion Awards in 2013 to recognize extraordinary families and corporations who exemplify our mission in action: Care, Support and Research.

Hope on the Harbor Corporate Champion:

Hope on the Harbor Family Champion:

Faith and Glenn Parker

Hope on the Harbor 2019 Corporate Hope Champion: Eisai
Hope on the Harbor 2019 Family Hope Champion: Bob Reynolds

Hope on the Harbor 2018 Corporate Hope Champion: Amgen, Inc.
Hope on the Harbor 2018 Family Hope Champion: Linda & Des Mac Intyre

Hope on the Harbor 2017 Family Hope Champion: Carol M. Meyrowitz and Family

Hope on the Harbor 2016 Corporate Hope Champion: Biogen
Hope on the Harbor 2016 Family Hope Champions: Beth & Richard Fentin

Hope on the Harbor 2015 Corporate Hope Champion: Forum Pharmaceuticals
Hope on the Harbor 2015 Family Hope Champions: Jim Garrett

Hope on the Harbor 2014 Corporate Hope Champion: Tufts Health Plan
Hope on the Harbor 2014 Family Hope Champions: The Lissy Family

Hope on the Harbor 2013 Corporate Hope Champion: The TJX Companies, Inc.
Hope on the Harbor 2013 Family Hope Champions: The Shriver Family

Currently, more than 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and by 2050, without a cure, this number may reach nearly 14 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.


Engaging Corporate, Philanthropic, and Community Leadership to End Alzheimer’s Disease

The Alzheimer’s Association’s goal is to engage, mobilize and partner with corporations, individuals, families and foundations to advance the Alzheimer’s Association important mission. With your support, we will work to increase awareness, advocacy, service, research and support at a pace that is equal to the growth of the disease.