Thank you to everyone that joined us for a memorable Kentucky Derby filled with purple vibes, fabulous hats, beautiful views, good laughter, the best horse race, and especially great company. Proceeds from this event are helping Columbia’s Taub Institute with their research projects on Alzheimer’s disease and neurodegenerative disorders.
Thank you to everyone that joined us for cupid bingo, brain games, puzzles, the Cupids photo boot, multiple languages love notes, sweet treats, and delicious cocktails. Proceeds from this Cupids for Brain Health fundraiser are benefiting brain health research at the Robert and Helen Appel Alzheimer’s Disease Research Institute at Weill Cornell.
The New York Edition Alzheimer’s Awareness Social Hour was all about raising awareness of ways to improve brain health, challenging the brains of our guests to a game of pool at the purple table, sharing memories, trying delicious bar cocktails, and staying social. Thank you for joining us in the purple fight against Alzheimer’s disease!
We brought back our annual fundraiser cruise to help Weill Cornell Laboratories at the Robert and Helen Appel Alzheimer’s Disease Research Institute to get closer to their research goals. Thank you for joining us and we hope you enjoyed the memories we shared, as we cherished the funds and awareness we raised together.
Past Events: February 14, 2018! For Valentine’s Day we organized an event that was all about showing our brain some love.
For Alzheimer’s Awareness Month we hosted a fundraising event to help Weill Cornell’s and Mount Sinai’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center to continue their work towards the treatment of normal aging and Alzheimer’s Disease.
For Brain Health Awareness we hosted a Sunset Cruise charity event to help Weill Cornell Laboratories at the Robert and Helen Appel Alzheimer’s Disease Research Institute to get closer to their goal of developing new methods to treat and prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
For Alzheimer’s Awareness Month we hosted a fundraising event to help The NYU Alzheimer’s Disease Center and Columbia’s Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer’s continue their work towards the treatment, prevention, and cure of Alzheimer’s Disease.