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The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s

A psychologist with Families in Transition in Irvine, California, Miriam Galindo, PsyD, passionately helps others even outside of her work. Representing one of the causes Dr. Miriam Galindo supports, the Alzheimer’s Association helps those who have developed this degenerative disorder and their families.

Occurring annually in more than 600 communities across the United States, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s helps the Alzheimer’s Association pursue its goal of ending this degenerative disease. The Walk raises both awareness of the disease and funding for research, enabling participants of all ages and ability levels to participate in the fight. The Association assesses no fee for participation, but walkers take an active role in fundraising, soliciting donations from friends, family, co-workers, and acquaintances.
Particularly eager fundraisers can participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Incentive Program. Walkers who raise at least $100 receive a free T-shirt, and those who raise significant amounts receive medals, glass bottles, tote bags, and even high-quality headphones, depending on the amount raised.

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