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Number of Americans suffering from Alzheimer's disease as of 2020
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Care for a Cure is a 501 c (3) non-profit charity, working diligently to free the world of Breast Cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. To achieve this objective, funding research initiatives are imperative to finding a cure and support patients and families of those suffering from these horrible diseases. We can do this together. We CARE and know you do too!
Coming Soon !
Care for A Cure is proud to announce our upcoming audiobook, in partnership with NFL legend Rocky Bleier, called “A Rocky Bleier Christmas.”
In the audiobook, Rocky Bleier narrates five classic Christmas stories for you and the entire family to enjoy. Proceeds benefit Care for A Cure, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, for Breast Cancer and Alzheimer’s research and awareness.
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Check out our friends and supporters of Care for A Cure: Budd Baer Automotive
A portion of the proceeds from every pre-owned car they sell will be donated to CARE. Thank you Budd Baer of greater Pittsburgh!
Our Areas of Impact
A pillar of CARE's strategy for creating a long lasting impact against Breast Cancer and Alzheimer's disease is by funding critial research for the creation of treatments and cures.
CARE funds educational programs, in-home medical assistance personnel, and general support for families of those suffering from these diseases.
CARE supports advocacy initiatives from Washington DC to Main Street USA that bring awareness to Breast Cancer and Alzheimer's disease and the plight of those suffering from them.
Featured Educational Video
"What is Alzheimer's Disease"
Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, affecting over 40 million people worldwide. And though it was discovered over a century ago, scientists are still grappling for a cure. Ivan Seah Yu Jun describes how Alzheimer's affects the brain, shedding light on the different phases of this complicated, destructive disease.