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Walk to End Alzheimer's would not be possible without the support of our fantastic volunteers. As a volunteer, we count on your invaluable contribution of time and energy to make the event a success. 

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The Alzheimer’s Association Georgia Chapter is the leading volunteer health organization in Alzheimer’s disease care - serving 159 counties in Georgia with offices in Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Dalton, Macon, Savannah and Tifton. Our chapter has been serving Georgia communities since 1982 by providing local support groups, education classes and other local resources.

Currently there are 150,000 Georgian's living with Alzheimer's and another 533,000 unpaid caregivers. 
 

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