The Northbridge Companies, a New England-based senior living provider, held a reception to celebrate its 2016 fund drive for Cure Alzheimer’s Fund. “This cause is very close to our hearts,” said Wendy Nowokunski, president of the Northbridge Companies.
Paul Coopersmith has been running Coopersmith's One-of-a-Kind Tours in the UK, Western Europe, Japan and New Zealand since 1984. His tours are targeted towards travelers who don't consider themselves the typical "tour types" - they consist of small groups and cover limited geographical areas in order to spend ample time in each location, focusing on gardens, stately homes and fine arts.
Kim Chan has run several half marathons to benefit Cure Alzheimer's Fund. On October 12, her son Ethan, who is only 11 years old, joined her.
Charles W. Collier is a retired senior philanthropic advisor at Harvard University. In 2008, he was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. Since then, Charlie has made it his mission to speak publicly about Alzheimer’s and give others the courage to do the same.
Kim Chan runs the annual OC Half Marathon in memory of her grandfather, whom she lost to Alzheimer's disease in 1991.
Last year, bookbinder and letterpress printer Maggie Campbell used her talents to create limited-edition handmade calendars to support Cure Alzheimer’s Fund. This year, Maggie has created another stunning collection, made using dried Queen Anne’s Lace from her home in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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