Nonna Mila’s Super Family

The Walk For Alzheimer’s brings together thousands of community members across Canada who all have a common goal: to end Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Many of those who participate know someone who lives or has lived with the disease, and fundraising is a great way to support and honour them. This week, Tamar Atik writes about Nonna Mila’s … Continued

We can’t tell you we’re the best…

But our families sure can!   “I came here to die, but now I’m here to live” – Mrs. Jacobs. as quoted by her son two weeks after moving into One Kenton Place. Mrs. Jacobs is 96 years old and lives with dementia. She was brought to One Kenton Place by her loving and doting … Continued

Keeping Memories Alive at the Walk For Alzheimer’s

The Walk For Alzheimer’s brings together thousands of community members across Canada who all have a common goal: to end Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Many of those who participate know someone who lives or has lived with the disease, and fundraising is a great way to support and honour them. This week, we found out why Bruna … Continued

Why Alex Walks For Alzheimer’s

The Walk For Alzheimer’s brings together thousands of community members who all have common goals: to end Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and to support families currently affected. Many of those who participate know someone who lives or has lived with the disease, and walking and fundraising is a great way to support and honour them. This … Continued

Volunteer Highlight: Dominika G.

In honour of National Volunteer Week, we at the Alzheimer Society of Toronto wanted to do a little something to thank our outstanding volunteers. To showcase the amazing work that they do as an integral part of our mission, we are featuring volunteer stories on the blog this week. Be sure to check back each … Continued

Volunteer Highlight: Cecile P.

In honour of National Volunteer Week, we at the Alzheimer Society of Toronto wanted to do a little something to thank our outstanding volunteers. To showcase the amazing work that they do as an integral part of our mission, we are featuring volunteer stories on the blog this week. Be sure to check back each … Continued

Volunteer Highlight: Aekus B.

In honour of National Volunteer Week, we at the Alzheimer Society of Toronto wanted to do a little something to thank our outstanding volunteers. To showcase the amazing work that they do as an integral part of our mission, we are featuring volunteer stories on the blog this week. Be sure to check back each … Continued

Volunteer Highlight: Shannon T.

In honour of National Volunteer Week, we at the Alzheimer Society of Toronto wanted to do a little something to thank our outstanding volunteers. To showcase the amazing work that they do as an integral part of our mission, we are featuring volunteer stories on the blog this week. Be sure to check back each … Continued

Walk For Alzheimer’s in Etobicoke

For the third year, the Alzheimer Society of Toronto has been blessed with amazing volunteers who lead the Walk For Alzheimer’s here in Toronto. They are champions, providing hours of volunteer support, encouraging others to walk with us and fundraise to support the 46,000 people living with dementia and their families here in Toronto. We’d … Continued

Thank You, Volunteers!

Last year, over 500 volunteers contributed almost 6,000 hours of volunteer service, which is equivalent to 3 full time positions for one year. What an incredible year it’s been! When we say we couldn’t do the work we do without our volunteers, we mean it. Whether volunteering on a regular basis or coming out to … Continued