How to support HCAB

Your support matters. Currently, as many as 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease; even more are faced with the challenges of caring for a loved one with the disease. Our organization builds  intergenerational friendships between students and those living with Alzheimer’s disease, which we hope are productive for those with Alzheimer’s, students, family, and caregivers alike. As we expand to new universities, and continue to expand at Harvard College, we require funding for transportation and other operational costs. We rely on the generous support of Harvard funding sources, and outside funding sources, to continue to make visits to our buddies. Only $25 covers the transportation costs for 24 volunteers to make one of our weekly buddy visits. 

 How to donate. There are two ways to donate to HCAB. We appreciate your support. 
1) You can make a check out to Harvard College Alzheimer’s Buddies at:

Harvard College Alzheimer’s Buddies
Phillips Brooks House Association
Harvard Yard
Cambridge, MA 02138

2) You can donate online.

We are an affiliate of the Phillips Brooks House Association, and donations can be collected through their website. To donate, follow this link which will send you to a form at pbha.org. All donations are greatly appreciated because they go to help a variety of Phillips Brooks House Association programs that improve the Boston area, but you may wish to designate Alzheimer’s Buddies in particular. Near the end of the form under “Additional Information” select “Specific Need” in the first drop-down menu. Then type in Alzheimer’s Buddies on the next line. In this way, your entire donation helps Alzheimer’s Buddies continue to serve individuals with dementia through weekly personal interaction.

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