Chris and Sylvia smiling together

Our Love Endures: Why I Walk

Last year, in the middle of a sermon, Sylvia lost her place and couldn’t remember what she was saying. This was one of the signs Sylvia and Chris noticed before her diagnosis of early-stage Alzheimer’s. This year, Sylvia and Chris will participate in the Pierce County Walk to End Alzheimer’s in honor of their family and other families facing this disease.  Continue reading Our Love Endures: Why I Walk

For Evelyn, my wife and companion: Why I Walk

Marti Anthony was born and raised in San Diego, CA. She was married and had five children. After 28 years of marriage to her husband, Marti decided to live her truth and let the world know she was a lesbian woman. She moved to Washington and met Evelyn Marie. They fell in love and spent 25 happy years together until Evelyn passed away from frontotemporal … Continue reading For Evelyn, my wife and companion: Why I Walk

Honoring Mom and Dad: Why I Walk

By: Erika Roden My name is Erika Roden. I am the middle child, my mom was a single mom of me and my two sisters. I am from Everett, WA and currently live in Arlington, WA with my husband Scott and our two daughters, Kirsten and Rebecca. I participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in honor of my mother who has early-onset dementia and … Continue reading Honoring Mom and Dad: Why I Walk

Washington Wineries “Uncork” Vital Campaign and Exclusive Bottle Benefiting the Walk To End Alzheimer’s

Every weekend in June, the Coeur Cause® Sparkling Riesling will be featured in all three Milbrandt Vineyards and Ryan Patrick Wines tasting rooms, in Prosser, Leavenworth and Woodinville. Discounts and complimentary purple flowers will be given to those affected by Alzheimer’s including caregivers. The wine can also be purchased online here. Continue reading Washington Wineries “Uncork” Vital Campaign and Exclusive Bottle Benefiting the Walk To End Alzheimer’s

Twin Sisters Join Forces in the Fight Against Alzheimer’s

We are excited to introduce Kerry Price-Duffy and Kristin Frossmo as Co-Chairs for the 2021 Pacific Northwest Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Seattle.They bring invaluable experience to their new volunteer roles leading the Walk Planning Committee. They have joined the fight against Alzheimer’s in honor of their parents. Continue reading Twin Sisters Join Forces in the Fight Against Alzheimer’s

Why I Give: An Alzheimer’s Journey

In late 2015, during a holiday driving trip away from home and her usual surroundings, there was an incident where Katy “freaked out” about something. Her reaction was totally out of character for the situation, and it convinced me that some more focused medical intervention was now necessary. Continue reading Why I Give: An Alzheimer’s Journey

Make a promise: Growing a garden of hope

Now you can wear your Promise Garden flower all year long. Raise or donate $50 for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s from November 30 to December 11 to receive a collectors series Promise Garden pin in the color of your choice. Collect all four pins by fundraising $150 dollars, while supplies last. Continue reading Make a promise: Growing a garden of hope

Jenni and her family at the Walk to End Alzheimers

Missing my Granddaddy: Why I Walk

My grandaddy, James Roger Knight, along with my Granny, were incredibly involved in my life from a very young age. We always lived very close to them and they helped take care of my brother and me. Both he and my Granny are two of my favorite people. Continue reading Missing my Granddaddy: Why I Walk