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It’s the beginning of the Holiday season, which means Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner. Now, there’s a day to give back. Tuesday, December 3, is Giving Tuesday, where people across the nation come together to make a difference in the world around them.
#GivingTuesday is a special call to action and creates a national day of giving around the annual shopping and spending season to inspire every day giving. It began to encourage generosity among families and individuals to make a difference in the community.
This year we encourage you to take part and do a little big thing for the Alzheimer’s Association during #GivingTuesday. Here are five ways you can do a little big thing this holiday season to help end Alzheimer's:

1) Make a Donation
2) Participate in an Event
3) Learn the Facts
4) Become an Advocate
5) Get the Help You Need

Include #EndAlz on Facebook or Twitter, with a picture or description of how you do a little big thing and be entered into a drawing.

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