President’s Message: Why We’re Grateful This Year

 In Alzheimer's Care, Alzheimer's Research, General, KK Meditation, Meditation, Newsletter, Stress Management, Yoga for Alzheimer's

It’s that time again.

Hard to believe that the Holiday Season is here.

First, Thanksgiving.

Then Christmas, Kwanzaa and Hanukah and then New Year’s and then 2024.

Can you believe it’s 2024?

Boy, the time is going fast.

At this Thanksgiving, we are so very grateful for this 30-year journey, powered by your support, encouragement and resilience.

Our work is really making a huge difference in helping people prevent Alzheimer’s and change the world. We are so grateful for the happy e-mails we have received from many of you to share about how our work is not only benefitting you, but others as well.

As we look to the New Year, I want to ask you to please continue to support our mission of eradicating Alzheimer’s and saving families.

That’s right, by supporting the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation, you’ll ensure that we continue to provide crucial education and outreach to those at risk. After all, education is the most powerful tool we have in stopping Alzheimer’s.

Your tax deductible donation will go a long way to shine a light on your ARPF and help us reveal our message to people who really need it.

Will you please help by donating at #GivingTuesday?

If you donate just $30, we’ll give you something fantastic in return: our latest White Paper that reveals all of our 30 years of groundbreaking research. This White Paper helps explain the meaning and impact of our work. You’ll love it.  Just follow these links to obtain your copy

Downloadable here.

Hard copy here.

Thank you for your gift at #GivingTuesday.

We are exceedingly grateful and you can know you are helping prevent Alzheimer’s and change the world.

Yours in Brain Health,
Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.

ARPF President / Medical Director

Prevention Editor, Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

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