When you share your commi
tment to the Alzheimer's Association in your estate or financial plan, you become an honored member of our Founders Society.
The Founders Society was created by the Alzheimer’s Association to recognize
and honor those extraordinary people who remember the Alzheimer’s Association in their estate plans. Planned gifts include gifts in a will or living trust; charitable trusts or gift annuities that benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and gifts of life insurance, financial accounts or life insurance that are made by designating the Alzheimer’s Association as the beneficiary.
Benefits of Founders Society Membership
Founders Society members are entitled to the following benefits:
- News about advances in Alzheimer's research, prevention, caregiving and advocacy efforts to make the Alzheimer's crisis a national priority
- The opportunity to take an active role in awareness and advocacy campaigns
- Notices of Association events and meetings
- Complimentary subscription to Aspire Magazine, our philanthropy publication
I designated the Alzheimer's Association as the primary beneficiary of my IRA and life insurance policies in honor of my mother, and all it took was a few minutes.
Founders Society member, San Francisco, CA
Are you eligible to join?
The Alzheimer’s Association Planned Gifts staff are experts that will assist you in determining the type of gift that will best meet your financial and philanthropic goals. With your gift, you will make an impact in the fight against Alzheimer’s and leave a lasting legacy.
If you have already included the Alzheimer’s Association in your estate plan, please let us know so we can thank you for your generosity and enroll you as our newest Founders Society member.
- Notify us of your future gift by calling 866.233.5148
- Contact us by sending an email to email@example.com
- Mail our staff a note:
Attention: Planned Giving
225 North Michigan Avenue, 17th Floor
Chicago IL, 60601
“What better way to honor my courageous husband than to name the Alzheimer’s Association in our estate plan. His participation in various research projects, as well as his brain donation at death, were his ways of creating a legacy. Planning a gift is my way of creating one of both of us." – Founders Society member, West Falmouth, MA