We established our Hope Champion Awards in 2013 to recognize extraordinary families and corporations who exemplify our mission in action: Care, Support and Research. These families and corporations have been exemplary in working to increase awareness, advocacy, service, research and support at a pace that is equal to the growth of the disease.
2022 Hope Champion
Kevin Reynolds is a Dunkin franchise owner in the Boston area. He is the Director of Operations at the Waldwin Group, an independently owned and operated Dunkin Donuts franchise company that owns a network of 20 retail stores and a manufacturing plant, serving the Boston area. Kevin has been on the Board of Directors for the MA/NH Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association for many years and serves as the Chair of our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. He has been a champion in helping us to expand our work in underserved communities, including helping to build valuable partnerships such as with AME churches across the region and is also dedicated to adding more diversity to the board and the organization as a whole. He has also participated and been a fundraiser of the Greater Boston Walk for many years and has leveraged support from several Dunkin Donut franchises to support the Alzheimer's Association's events.
Click here to visit Kevin Reynolds' donation page.
LCB Senior Living
2022 Corporate Hope Champion
The LCB Senior Living team includes some of the pioneers in modern Independent, Assisted and Memory Care Living in the Northeast. Established in 2011, LCB is distinguished by its insistence on the highest caliber of hospitality and service for residents and their families. It is a company focused on family, putting a high value on hard work, accountability, and commitment while promoting collaboration, mutual respect, and work-life balance. LCB’s Reflections Memory Care program is a non-pharmacological approach focused on the person, not the disease. It is supported by cutting edge research and an exclusive, groundbreaking partnership with REACT Neuro, a team of world-renowned neuroscientists and engineers who have created technology that measures brain health in minutes, allowing them to suggest lifestyle changes. LCB has long supported the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's throughout the Northeast, and has participated in The Longest Day and several educational and research programs.
Click here for LCB Senior Living's donation page.
Currently, more than 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and by 2050, without a cure, this number may reach nearly 14 million. With one in eight Americans over 65 living with Alzheimer’s, it is likely that you already know someone impacted by the disease. The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.
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