Rivet Revolution is proud to partner with these rockstar
organizations in the fight to end Alzheimer’s

  • Founded in 2012, Part the Cloud® has raised over $60 million for Alzheimer’s research. This year Bill Gates joined the efforts of Part the Cloud with a $10 million donation. With 100 percent of the proceeds from Part the Cloud going directly to the Alzheimer’s Association® research efforts, Part the Cloud is helping to support some of the most innovative research in Alzheimer’s prevention. To date, Part the Cloud has invested in 39 trials around the world.

  • Founded by Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen, HFC is a national non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring change, and accelerating progress in Alzheimer’s care, research, and support. HFC’s mission is to care for families facing this disease, educate young people about living a brain-healthy life, and activate the next generation of Alzheimer’s advocates.

  • Founded by Maria Shriver, The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement  raises awareness that 2 out of 3 brains that develop Alzheimer’s belong to women—and raises funds for  gender based research to help explain why.  WAM also educates people about the many lifestyle choices that can help protect brain health with age. We are instigators, agitators and cultivators of hope.

  • 4MOM™ is a charitable fund dedicated to helping people and families with Alzheimer’s/Dementia. The diagnoses of Suzy Bishop with Early Onset Alzheimer’s prompted her sons, Braden Bishop & Hunter Bishop, to start the 4MOM Charity. 4MOM strives to improve the lives of those in need with Alzheimer’s and spread awareness of the disease.

  • Women Against Alzheimer’s unites women across the globe to find a cure for Alzheimer’s and promote brain health for all. WAA is a growing network of women who are impatient with the slow progress being made in the Alzheimer’s fight. Driven by their passion, they are committed to ending current “business-as-usual” approaches to funding, research and advocacy, bringing Alzheimer’s out of the shadows and into the spotlight by driving a new conversation for women’s brain health.

  • The Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s is a group of young individuals committed to changing the perception of Alzheimer’s Disease. YMAA members can be found in high schools and college campuses across the nation creating a grassroots movement to increase awareness and help those living with dementia in our communities. They are youth advocates. They are youth caregivers. They are youth researchers. They are creating a future worth remembering.

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