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Declare a day, a week, a month or an event to proudly show your support for our cause at work. Encourage your colleagues to learn more about Alzheimer’s.

Simply GO PURPLE! It’s easy to do.

Go Purple in the cafeteria:  Create a Go Purple menu for the cafeteria and incorporate brain healthy food items such as Raisin Bran cereal or purple hard-boiled eggs with whole wheat toast.

Go Purple day at work:  Designate a day for employees to wear purple and display their commitment to the Alzheimer’s Association by wearing our symbol.
How can I Go Purple at work?

Go Purple in your e-mail:  Change the color of your e-mail font to purple in recognition of World Alzheimer’s Day on Sept. 21 or in November in honor of National Family Caregivers Month and National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.
Go Purple at your school:  Want an easy way to get involved with the Alzheimer's Association while building team spirit within your school?  How Can I Go Purple at school?

Go Purple on your company’s intranet:  Incorporate the color purple throughout your company’s intranet system and include an Alzheimer’s disease-related news article. Visit our national Join the Cause page to receive your free news articles year-round.

Visit Shop for the Cause:  Make a powerful statement of support for essential Alzheimer care and research programs by purchasing Alzheimer’s Association merchandise and apparel. Visit Shop for the Cause for more information.


For more information about how to get involved with our mission – at work or after hours contact the following staff members for your individual areas. 

Lauren Ashley Pope for the Lexington area at 859-266-5283 or  

Whitney Vogel for the Louisville area at 502-451-4266 or

Sally Payne for the Evansville area at 812-475-1012 or


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.