The David K. Johnson Foundation’s 16th Annual Golf Tournament was a success!
Thank you to everyone who participated, sponsored and volunteered. It was an incredible day. Sunny skies and a course filled with friends old and new out to have fun while raising money for a great cause. Read More
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Thank you to our 2016 Tournament Sponsor
Aine’s Boutique 3rd Annual Fashion Show to benefit The DKJ Foundation raised $18,000.00
With close to 450 women in attendance at Austin Preparatory School in Reading on March 31st, it was an incredible evening of fashion, fun and connecting great people to a great cause. Check out our images and video!
The DKJ Foundation has donated over $300,000 toward Alzheimer’s research and helping families affected.
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Alzheimer’s Treatment Steps Closer Into View, Thanks to a Massachusetts Nonprofit ~ May 27, 2016
A year-and-a-half after discovering how Alzheimer’s begins, Rudolph Tanzi has figured out another key question: why does it take root? Read More >
A Cure for Alzheimer’s? ~ March 3, 2016
In a time of tight budgets and widespread demand for less government spending, Congress, the White House and a growing number of candidates for president from both parties agree that at least one priority should receive more money – research into the causes and possible cures of Alzheimer’s disease…Read More >
Drs. Rudy Tanzi and Doo Yeon Kim Receive Smithsonian Ingenuity Award ~ December 10, 2015
As A Father’s Alzheimer’s Progresses, Family Learns To Love Him As He Is ~ October 03, 2015
In this installment of NPR’s series Inside Alzheimer’s, we’re sharing a recent video of Greg O’Brien at home on Cape Cod, Mass. A longtime journalist, O’Brien was diagnosed with early-onset… Read More >
People Power: A Better World for People with Alzheimer’s ~ June 19, 2015
Kathy Broggy heard shouts. Then she saw a crowd gathered around a car. Inside, an older woman, who had Alzheimer’s, had forgotten how to get out. But the bystanders’ well-intentioned yelling only made her more confused. “It just made me heartsick,” says Broggy, the activity director for a small eldercare company in Knoxville, Tenn. “Nobody understood the basic dos and don’ts about helping people with Alzheimer’s.”…Read More >