Natalie du Pont Edmonds Fair established the du Pont Family fund in 2014 in honor of her father, George Phippen Edmonds Jr, who has Alzheimer's disease. The fund works to support the Alzheimer's Association by raising awareness of the disease and funding research, prevention, and caregiver support. It is our goal to help prevent future generations of our family and friends from being stricken by Alzheimer's
Marshall Gelfand and his family established The Judy Fund in 2003 in memory of his wife, Judy Gelfand. The fund works to support the Alzheimer's Association and to help prevent this disease from striking future generations. Through the generosity of families, friends, business colleagues and corporations, The Judy Fund has raised over $5 million in support of the research, care and advocacy efforts of the Alzheimer's Association.
Mind & Heart — Keeping Your Brain and Heart Healthy in 2013 and beyond
The Judy Fund Salon Series - The Judy Fund has begun a series of salons that gather together people with the intent to increase knowledge and insight on brain health research and Alzheimer's disease prevention. Through stimulating conversation, these professional speakers and leaders in the field of Alzheimer's disease, share their wisdom and expertise with donors and friends of the Alzheimer's Association and The Judy Fund.
Reflections on The Longest Day
As part of The Longest Day, I felt connected with all teams and their members. I felt connected to the movement of people who are coming together to create change. I felt connected with all daughters who have lost their mothers to Alzheimer's. Read more.
Support from The Judy Fund has enabled nine teams of researchers to pursue answers to important scientific questions about the causes of Alzheimer’s disease, strategies for prevention and detection, and the best approaches to treatment and care.
As Alzheimer's disease threatens to bankrupt families, businesses and our healthcare system, scientists are coming closer to finding better treatments that could drastically alter the course of the disease.
Alzheimer's advocates speak up for the needs and rights of people with Alzheimer’s and their families, and help persuade Congress to increase funding for research.
Marshall Gelfand with his three children Dean Gelfand, Elizabeth Gelfand Stearns and Todd Gelfand -- all advocates for the Alzheimer's Association and this disease
The Judy Fund recognizes advocacy as a critical area where funds and strategic efforts are needed to increase federal dollars for research and to advance important legislative policies for families living with Alzheimer’s.
Learn more about advocacy and the Alzheimer's Association.
The Vidinsky Family Fund, "Remember the Future," was created in honor of the 2005 Alzheimer’s Association Silver Anniversary and is dedicated to the Vidinsky children and grandchildren. Funds raised through "Remember the Future" support the Alzheimer’s Association public policy efforts in Washington, D.C., to advocate for the federal government's commitment on: 1) increasing Alzheimer research, 2) expanding diagnosis and care planning, and 3) developing and funding a coordinated strategic plan to address Alzheimer’s disease as a national health priority. Please join the Vidinsky family in supporting these vital public policy priorities.