I am pleased to be teaming up with the Alzheimer's Association to create a website that features 19th and 20th century German and Austrian art by artists who have helped define European art during the period and beyond. I hope that you will enjoy the featured works and descriptions about them as well as their respective creators . In addition, I also hope that you will learn more about Alzheimer's and be motivated to make a tax-deductible contribution to this organization.
Prior to becoming a board member of the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington, I volunteered at the facility as a reader to a man named Allan Easton. Once an accomplished economist and professor, Allan looked forward to my reading the week's newspapers to him. He had Alzheimer's and his condition eventually deteriorated. He passed away in 2008. Allan passed away in 2008. Our friendship and his passing made me want to conduct more research on my own about the disease and learn more about preventative measures.
Today, I ask for your help in raising awareness and finding a cure for a disease that is currently the only cause of death among the top ten in the United States that cannot be cured. Together, we can change this statistic. Our friendship and his passing prompted me to conduct more research on my own about the disease and learn more about preventative measures.
Thank you in advance for your time and generosity. Together, we can help end Alzheimer's.