2021 Michiana Walk to End Alzheimer’s reaches goal, will continue to fundraise through end of year

Photo courtesy: Alzheimer's Association, Greater Indiana Chapter Photo courtesy: Alzheimer's Association, Greater Indiana Chapter Photo courtesy: Alzheimer's Association, Greater Indiana Chapter

The 2021 Michiana Walk to End Alzheimer’s reached its fundraising goal, and will continue to raise money to fight Alzheimer’s and other dementia through the end of the year.

More than 200 residents participated in the Walk on September 19, raising $42,883 and counting.

“No one facing dementia should go through their journey alone,” said Natalie Sutton, executive director, Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter. “We are here to support Hoosiers who are living with the disease and their families at every stage, from providing education about signs and symptoms to information on late-stage caregiving. Every dollar raised helps keep those programs available and free of charge.”

Fundraising will continue through the end of the year.

If you would like to donate to the Walk, click here.

Learn more about programs with the Alzheimer’s Association here.

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