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Who We Are

AlzTogether, of the Alzheimer’s Association MA/NH Chapter, provides an opportunity for those between the ages of 21 and 40 to join together and raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia through volunteering, advocating, and having fun to further the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Our History

Founded in March of 2010, AlzTogether has hosted awareness events, participated in volunteer opportunities and supported public advocacy.  Some of the events AlzTogether has organized or participated in include the Walk to End Alzheimer's in which AlzTogether was among the top 25 fundrasing teams, the Annual Cornhole Tournament, Ride to End Alzheimer's, Happy Hour Fundraiser at Boston Beer Works, Advocacy Days at the Massachusetts State House and in Washington D.C., and the Purple Lighting of the Pru.

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Check out a collection of photos from past events on our Facebook page, here!

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Get Involved!

We are always looking for new passionate members to join our committee.  If you are interested, please contact Emily Hilker via email, or call her at 617.868.6718.

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