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A project to provide ongoing funding for the
Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Respite Program,
supporting families who care for loved ones at home. 

Phase 1 — The Pathway
The initial phase of this project is forming the garden’s brick pathway
outside of the Alzheimer’s Association Education Center in Columbia.
The path represents the journey we take throughout our lives,
whether we are caregivers or the receivers of care.
Purchase a personalized brick as a lasting honor
for a special individual in your life.

Phase 2 — The Elements
The second phase involves establishing focal points throughout the garden,
creating a tranquil place to rest and find peace.

 


Pledge your support today.

Download The Pathway order form

Download The Elements catalogue

 
   
   

Upcoming Phase:

Phase 3 — The Continuum
The final phase continues the growth of the garden,
representing our ongoing life journey. Our hope is that generations
to come will visit this garden, experience the serenity and
beauty we have created, and remember those who came before us.

Learn more at 573.443.8665 or cbaker@alz.org

 


 

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Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.