National Volunteer Week

Thank you for your part in contributing 17,036 hours of volunteer time in 2015 to #ENDALZ.Walk_Thank_You.jpg

During National Volunteer Week, April 10-16, we extend our gratitude for all you do to help to achieve our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s disease! Without volunteers like you our work would not be possible.

Over 100 volunteers joined us in Olympia this February to advocate for Alzheimer’s support, research and care.


2015-10-03 Bishop_Everett Walk_10
Every year countless volunteers help plan and fundraise for Walk to End Alzheimer’s events across Washington and Northern Idaho.


2014-10-13 Seattle Zoo Walk  (98 of 102)
Support groups and early stage engagement programs are possible because of the time and dedication of volunteer facilitators.
2015-3-28 Lon Cole (45 of 70)
Each year, more people see the impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia and need for research and support from volunteers who share their personal stories.


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