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Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday

Support seniors in our community 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: In honour of the 10% of seniors in Dufferin County living with some form of Alzheimer's disease or related dementia  we ask that you consider making a $10 donation on December 1st.


Funds raised stay in our community to support some of the many services including our Family Engagement Calling Program which offer regular guidance, check-in and coping strategies to those in need.

YES! I want to donate $10 to Alzheimer Society of Dufferin on #GivingTuesdayCA!

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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 $10 to the Alzheimer Society of Dufferin County to help the 10% of seniors in our community who are living with Alzheimer's disease! And you can, too. Donate here> http://bit.ly/1N9fDRb
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! http://bit.ly/1N9fDRb

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. http://bit.ly/1N9fDRb

 

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


Last Updated: 08/21/17
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