DKJ’s 16th Annual Golf Tournament – August 15th 2016 Four Oaks Country Club
Complimentary drinks on the course, BBQ lunch on the course, our Famous Slush Hole and Dinner along with many other great experiences. Please consider being a sponsor to help make this our best year yet!
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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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Rudy Tanzi Speaks to Boston Business Journal:
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 >