Alzheimer's Association Champions
and Zenith members share why they
got involved with our mission.
Darlene Shiley - Running time 2:38
Learn More about the giving societies within the Alzheimer's Association.
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The Zenith Society is leading the way to the day when this nation — and the world — can manage, prevent and cure Alzheimer's disease. Zenith members are truly the ultimate champions for the Alzheimer's cause. Their commitment and generosity gives us all hope for a world without Alzheimer's.
Philanthropists who contribute at this level are lifetime members of the Zenith Society and receive all member benefits, including (but not limited to) invitations to attend the Zenith Society's annual meeting and the Global Immersion Experience at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference® (AAIC®). These up-close and personal experiences with the Alzheimer's research community enable members to meet and engage in dialogue with top scientists and leading advocates from around the world.
Zenith members also have the opportunity to vote on which Zenith Fellows Awards grants are approved each year. In addition to the rigorous peer-review process to which all grant proposals are subjected, the Zenith Fellows Awards include an additional level of review by Zenith Society members, who select the award recipients from a number of finalists at the annual meeting.
The Zenith Society is a warm, collegial group that enjoys getting together and rolling-up their proverbial sleeves to tackle Alzheimer's disease together. They are leading the way to the day when this nation — and the world — can manage, prevent and cure Alzheimer's disease. Zenith members are truly the ultimate champions for the Alzheimer's cause and they are transforming the realities of Alzheimer's. Their commitment and generosity gives us all hope for a world without Alzheimer's.
To learn more, please contact Annelys Farrell, relationship development, 408.688.4406 or Annelys.Farrell@alz.org.