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When Alzheimer's disease
touches someone close to
you, it's natural to want to
honor or remember the
person in a special way.

You can by creating a moving and lasting Tribute. A Tribute is a special Web page that enables you to share the story of a loved one with your family and friends. Through your Tribute, others can share their memories and also make online donations to help support the Alzheimer's Association mission.

Create a Tribute Find a Tribute

It's quick and easy to set up your Tribute:

  • Create: In about 5 minutes, you can create your Tribute. Your page will be immediately available on the Internet for others to see.
  • Personalize: Write a personal story, share memories, add a picture, create photo albums and ask others to do the same. 
  • Share: E-mail family, friends and co-workers about your Tribute.
  • Update: You will have access to your Champion Center where you can update your page, send e-mails and check the progress of your Tribute.  
  • Idea: You can also create a Tribute as a personal fundraising page too.

Need help? If you ever need help or have questions about your Tribute, please call us at 1.800.272.3900 or e-mail donorservicesinfo@alz.org.


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