Claremont, California
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Walk to End Alzheimer's

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care in Claremont, California.

Join Us In The Fight At The Walk To End Alzheimer's

Hope for a cure is always in full bloom

Join Comfort Keepers Home Care in the world's largest fundraiser for Alzheimer's care, research, and support. The Walk To End Alzheimer's is held annually to bring together those impacted by the disease. It is also meant to inspire everyone to fight back through awareness on disease prevention, treatment, and one day, a cure.

How To Participate

1. Register For Your Walk

You can Register Here To Join a Local Walk. Those that cannot meet at the walk location are free to walk in their own neighborhoods.

2. Start Fundraising & Spreading The Word

You can donate to a team and share donation links with others so they can contribute to the cause too!

You can also increase Alzheimer's awareness by spreading the word and showing people these Facts About Alzheimer's.

Become A Part of the Promise Garden

Those that pre-register for the event will have the option of choosing a flower pin-wheel to carry and then make a part of our Promise Garden. The garden is a rainbow of significance against the solidarity and fight against Alzheimer's. Each color represents a person's connection to the disease.

Blue:

Someone living with Alzheimer's or another dementia.

Purple:

An individual who has lost someone to the disease.

Yellow:

A person who is currently supporting or caring for someone living with Alzheimer's.

Orange:

A participant who supports the cause and the Association's vision of a world without Alzheimer's and other dementia.

We Can't Wait

Be sure to throw the date on your calendars and start spreading the word with us. Alzheimer's disease affects more than 6 million people in the United States alone. With your help, one day, we can find a cure. Contact our agency to learn more!