2019 Junior Committee Gala

Friday, May 3, 20198:30 PM – 12 AM Tickets / Floral Arrangements Donate We invite you to join us for a cocktail reception, dancing, a silent auction and more in support of Alzheimer’s caregivers and support! Creative cocktail attire is encouraged.Battery Park GardensNew York, New York 11232 [...]

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Junior Committee Outreach

Outreach is a volunteer program led in partnership with a dedicated memory loss facility in New York City. Through art engagement, the program emphasizes autonomy, self-expression, the relationship between the individual with Alzheimer’s and the volunteer, and public education. Volunteers learn how to communicate with this population and participate in debriefing sessions. We meet on Sunday mornings each month. Space is limited; please R.S.V.P to acschoenbeck@gmail.com or andrearottman@gmail.com. [...]

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Junior Committee Events

Events and Fundraisers The Junior Committee has been putting on a variety of fundraising and awareness events since it’s inception. We pride ourselves on organizing a range of events so that there is something for everyone in both activity and cost. Since the start of the Junior Committee in in the late 1980s we have raised a total of over $2 million dollars which has funded a plethora of research, programs, and services. We are always looking for the next creative idea to raise funds and awareness so get involved today! Previous Events and Fundraisers Click here to view our photo album. [...]

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Meet the Junior Committee

The Junior Committee is a network of young professionals who support and engage each other and the larger Alzheimer’s community, advocate for legislation, and raise funds to finance research and programs. President Lauren Longobardi Lauren has been a member of the JC since January of 2015 and is excited to be serving as the President of the Junior Committee this year! She joined the Committee to help raise funds and awareness for a great organization in memory of her Nonnie, who passed away from Alzheimer’s disease. She started out on the JC by going to outreach sessions in 2015 and has been d [...]

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