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Giving Thanks This Holiday Season
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The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado is thankful this holiday season for the dedication of our volunteers, the commitment of time and resources by our Board of Directors, the generosity of our donors, the partnership of local businesses and corporations, and the recognition illustrated in the presentation of grants by foundations that support our work across the state.

Thank you all for your ongoing support of our work to provide education, counseling, care and resources for individuals, care partners and healthcare professionals throughout Colorado. We are also grateful for the contributions made toward the advancements in research that are so critical to finding new treatments and eventually a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

Wishing you all grace and peace this Thanksgiving holiday.

Linda Mitchell
President and CEO
Alzheimer's Association, Colorado Chapter

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.
~John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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