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Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday

Become a Memory Maker for Alzheimer's on #GivingTuesdayCA

Most people know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday…and now you can put altruism in the spotlight in Canada on Giving Tuesday, a Canadian movement for giving and volunteering the day after Cyber Monday, on December 1, 2015.

You can do something about dementia on Giving Tuesday. Here’s how: Make a donation on Giving Tuesday and you’ll be providing support to our Adult Day Program. Your donation will also ensure that our clients have a way to get to the day program and then to be returned safely home through our transportation services.

Money you raise will go directly to Alzheimer Societies of Cornwall & District to make a difference in the lives of those living with the disease. It may even benefit someone you know. Simply click on the link below and select Giving Tuesday from the drop down menu.

Participate #GivingTuesdayCA to support our Day Program Services!

Download these sharable images

To download the images, simply click the image to expand it. Once the large image is displayed, right-click it and choose "Save as" and save it on your computer. To share the image on your Facebook page, navigate over to your Facebook page, click "Add photo/video" and find the image on your computer.

We've included some text, too, to help you share your #GivingTuesdayCA event with your friends and family!

Giving Tuesday 
This #GivingTuesdayCA I am donating $5 to the Alzheimer Society to help those in our community who are living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias! And you can, too.
Giving Tuesday 
I am hosting an event on #GivingTuesdayCA because over 700,000 Canadians are living with Alzheimer's disease, and that number could grow to 1.4 million by 2031. Join me on December 1 to raise funds for the Alzheimer Society!

Giving Tuesday

I support the Alzheimer Society on #GivingTuesday! And you can, too! Donate, volunteer, or raise funds for the Alzheimer Society on December 1.
 

Together, we can lead the change for people with dementia.


Last Updated: 08/21/17
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