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Alzheimer's disease patient

Support The Pacific Alzheimer Research Foundation

Donations of any size are always needed and gratefully accepted. Funds will be used to support research into curing and preventing Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Contributions can be made on a one-time basis or through ongoing regular payments, and all are tax deductible. In addition to regular monetary donations, transfers of securities and mutual funds can be accepted, with potentially attractive tax benefits.

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To make a donation by cheque or other means (transfer of securities, mutual funds, etc.), or to obtain more information about donations, please contact us.


Pacific Alzheimer Research Foundation
Attention: Kathryn L.W. Pearson
Phone: (604) 678-8138

Why donate to Alzheimer’s research?

Alzheimer’s disease is not an inevitable consequence of aging. It is an active malevolent disease which involves relatively simple pathology. Methods of treatment will sooner or later be found, depending largely upon how many scientists are put to work on the problem. This is the 100th anniversary of when Alzheimer first described the disease. Do we want a breakthrough now, or are we content to wait another 100 years? For every thousand dollars of tax money spent on caring for victims, less than one dollar is being spent on finding a cure. Research is the key to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, and donations are the lifeblood of research.

What will my donation be used for?

Donations made to The Pacific Alzheimer Research Foundation (PARF) are used to support world-class scientists located in qualified Canadian institutions dedicated to the eradication of dementia. Their research programs are guided by an International Scientific Advisory Committee made up of renowned experts in Alzheimer’s disease.

We are a non-profit organization with a mandate to direct as much as possible of our funding resources to research. Accordingly, the vast majority of donated funds end up actually funding researchers, with the balance used to administer the Foundation’s general activities.

PARF is registered as a Charitable Society under the Societies Act of British Columbia, with Revenue Canada Charitable Registration # 85798-7978-RR0001.

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