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Glenn Almack Makes Donation To Alzheimer's Association

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, January 11, 2018 / -- Every day, people around the country see the deadly force of Alzheimer’s disease on families. Organizations are grateful for the interest in donating to the Alzheimer’s Association. Glenn Almack is one of those interested people and has made a significant donation to the research to find a cure for his horrific disease.

Almack's donation and the donations of others, proceed to fund research to find a cure to end this disease. Also, to support all those affected by the disease including families and caregivers.

History Of Alzheimer's Association

Since awarding their first grants in 1982, the Association has grown into the most significant nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research. Over the life of their grants program, they have awarded over $385 million to more than 2,500 projects. This breakthrough has been made possible by caring people like Almack.

"I have seen the effects firsthand of this awful disease," explains Almack. "Being able to donate money for the research is the first step to finding a cure and helping millions of people lead normal lives."

By donating to his local Chapter, Almack is helping the organization serve people with Alzheimer's disease and their families and caregivers in his local area. Also, funds go across the country to other facilities in need.

Local Chapters Making A Difference

The local Chapter ranks among the top of all Alzheimer’s Association chapters for the number of requests they receive. These requests include information and referral services, care and counseling consultations, and support group programs. Also, education and training programs for staff and families touched by the disease.

The Alzheimer's Association is committed to expediting the global work to eliminate Alzheimer's disease. The organization has become the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research.

"They believe in the value of collaboration and are willing to imagine a time when we will have disease-modifying treatments," says Almack. "Also, they are creating preventive strategies and gold-standard care for all people touched by Alzheimer's disease. Their work and dedication is the reason why I donated money."

The group has awarded over $405 million to more than two-thousand projects over the life of their grants program.

Also, they provide global forums to advance the reach through their international colloquium, their scientific journal and professional society. They find common ground and associate with their colleagues in politics, academia, industry and other nonprofit organizations.

Plus, the organization works to ensure that their policy and publicly funded research actions reflect the seriousness of Alzheimer's disease as a national health priority. Also, they remain flexible and nimble to recognize issues, respond to evolving science and fill gaps of research completed across the globe.

Supporting Research And Breakthrough Disease Technologies
The Alzheimer's Association supports independent investigators worldwide through the International Research Grants Program. Since awarding their first grants in 1982, the Association has grown into the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research.

"They fund investigations that advance the understanding of Alzheimer's disease," says Almack. "They also identify new treatment procedures, improve care for people with dementia, and optimize assistance for their families."

The organization furthers the knowledge of brain health and disease prevention. The funding becomes peer-reviewed by a broad international system of volunteer scientists and quality-assured by their Medical and Scientific Advisory Council. This group of exceptional professionals who serve a range of dementia, including clinical care, society health, and support services.

"For people experiencing with Alzheimer's, every development offers new hope," explains Almack. "The reason why I donated to the organization is that they are leading the charge for a cure."

Finally, the association's grants application is an essential source of support for the worldwide scientific effort to build a knowledge support base and vanquish this complex disease.

Eric Blankenship
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