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"Hope" Bracelet

This bracelet is made by the care partners who participate in our Early Engagement Support Group and their grandchildren.  The sterling silver "Hope" charm signifies our hope that a cure will be found soon.  Proceeds from donations for the bracelets will be used to fund the Early Engagement programs for our families and the person diagnosed with Alzheimer's Dementia Disease.   Bracelet is made with purple and white cats eye beads with sterling silver spacers and sterling silver "Hope" charm.   Comes in sizes S to XL.  A donation of $20 is suggested.  To order, please call our office at 804-967-2580 or e-mail  Thank you in advance for your donation as we continue to provide support and encouragement for the families and those diagnosed.


This beautiful Alzheimer's Association logo rhinestone pin is now available from the Greater Richmond Chapter.  The silver-tone pin measures 1" x 3/4" with a single butterfly clutch back and is available with a suggested donation of $10.  Proceeds from donations go to supporting programs and services provided by the Greater Richmond Chapter.  To order, please call 804-967-2580 or e-mail


Cards With a Heart
Donors are able to purchase beautiful Alzheimer's cards and gift items online with our chapter receiving 40 percent of the cost of the cards (excluding tax, shipping and personalization).  Please click here to view items and place your order.  Remember, sending Cards With a Heart is more than just a greeting.  It is a living gift to the Alzheimer's Association.  Each card raises awareness of Alzheimer's disease and funds for the Greater Richmond Chapter.

Click here to view and purchase books from the Alzheimer's Association with a suggested donation.

Books for Sale:

"Alzheimer's:  The Identity Thief of the 21st Century" written by Robert B. Schaefer of Chesterfield County.  Click here for more information about Mr. Schaefer and how to order his book. 

"Time Zones:  Slipping Away" written by Wayne Glenn Terry of Richmond.  Mr. Terry has written a very moving book about living with Alzheimer's.  Click here for more information. 

The following books are also available with a suggested donation to the Chapter Office. Please call 804-967-2580 to order.

"Activities of Daily Living and Basic Caregiving (ABC)" by Kathy Laurenhue, M.A. - Suggested Donation $12

"Coach Broyles Playbook" by Frank Broyles - Suggested Donation $5

"Hearing the Person with Dementia" by Bernie McCarthy - Suggested Donation $20

"I Still Do" by Judith Fox - Suggested Donation $5

"Learning to Speak Alzheimer's" by Joanne Koenig Coste - Suggested Donation $10

"No Turning Back - A Journey Into the World of Alzheimer's with My Mother" by Lyn H. Silberman - Suggested Donation $3

"Still Alice" by Lisa Genova - Suggested Donation $10

"The 36-Hour Day" by Nancy L. Mace, M.A. & Peter V. Rabins, M.D., M.P.H.
4th Edition - Suggested Donation $8
5th Edition - Suggested Donation $10

"The Challenge Your Brain Puzzle Book" Presented by the Alzheimer's Association - Suggested Donation $5

"The Forgetting - Alzheimer's Portrait of an Epidemic" by David Shenk - Suggested Donation $2

"What's Happening to Grandpa?" by Maria Shriver - Suggested Donation $5


Check Out the Following:

We are very excited that two Richmond Area residents have been published in "Chicken Soup for the Soul:  Living with Alzheimer's & Other Dementias".  This book was officially released on April 22, 2014.  Out of thousands of submissions, Kitty Kennedy and Sherry Sharp are two of only 101 personal stories chosen to be published in "Chicken Soup for the Soul:  Living with Alzheimer's & Other Dementias".  For more than 20 years, Chicken Soup for the Soul has published inspirational books with extraordinary stories.  The Alzheimer's Association and Chicken Soup for the Soul collaborated to create this important collection to support the more than five million Americans living with Alzheimer's and their 15.5 million caregivers.  The personal submissions provide practical advice, encouragement, insight, and support to readers.  This book can be purchased from our local office with a suggested donation of $12.  Please call 804-967-2580 or e-mail for more information.  All proceeds from donations support programs and services of the Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter.




Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.