News & Updates
September 29, 2014: The Bennington Banner covers the Vermont chapter Bennington Walk
Read more about the event, which took place Sept. 28. There's still time to raise funds and donate!
September 21, 2014: Mission Speaker Gloria McGrail shares her secret to "creating moments of joy" at the Vermont Walk to End Alzheimer's
Read Gloria's remarks about her husband's - and family's - Alzheimer's journey at the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's in Shelburne.
September 16, 2014: Brattleboro Reformer covers the Vermont chapter Brattleboro Walk
Read more about the event, which took place Sept. 14. There's still time to raise funds and donate!
August 24, 2014: Aging Matters, a production of Champlain Valley Agency on Aging, was broadcast on WIZN 106.7
Listen to the interview with host Sarah Lemnah and Alzheimer's Association Vermont Chapter staff: executive director Martha Richardson and development director Jane Mitchell.
August 22, 2014: Vermont Town Hall Meeting on Alzheimer's
View the program here.
August 7, 2014: Walk to End Alzheimer's Kickoff Event
To help launch Walk season in Vermont, the Alzheimer's Association Vermont Chapter held a community kickoff celebration on Thursday, August 7, at the Free Press Media Innovation Incubator, announcing its 2014 fundraising goal of $200,000. Sign up for a Walk near you!
At the August 7 kickoff event, Patrice Thabault, Home Instead Senior Care franchise owner, announced Dr. Daniel Bean as the Vermont winner of the Home Instead 2014 Salute to Senior Service Contest® and presented the Alzheimer's Association with a $500 donation on Bean's behalf. Pictured above alongside Thabault (left) and Bean (center), is Alzheimer's Association Vermont Chapter executive director, Martha Richardson.
July 24, 2014: Take a look at this front-page article about The Longest Day in The Other Paper!
May 20, 2014: Reason to Hope and Grace Potter
Grace Potter was the mission speaker at this year's Reason to Hope Dinner in May. This story discusses the event and Potter's experience with Alzheimer's disease.
May 1, 2014: Seth Rogen visited Burlington to recognize University of Vermont's Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.
The group raised more than $27,000 for the Alzheimer's Association through HFC U, part of Rogen's organization Hilarity for Charity. Visit here for additional information.