Every gift matters: Philanthropy’s many possibilities
Almost six million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease, which likely means that all of us know someone whose lives have been touched -- directly or indirectly -- by dementia.
The UK Sanders-Brown Center on Aging has been a world leader in some of science's most important discoveries about Alzheimer's, and we intend to have our fingerprints on the cure as well. Philanthropy is essential to continue our groundbreaking work that will make today’s dreams tomorrow’s reality.
We have set a goal of $10 million to advance our clinical operations/facilities, expand resources for outreach and education, and recruit and retain the most talented faculty and staff in the field.
For more information about where you can make a difference, please contact Kathryn Campbell, Director of Philanthropy – Grateful Patients & Families, at 859-562-2225 or email@example.com.
Use this secure and confidential online giving form to make a contribution to the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Fund (Sanders Brown Center on Aging) by using any major credit card.
To give by mail:
Please make your check payable to University of Kentucky and write SBCoA in the memo line.
PO BOX 34184
Lexington, KY 40588
SBCoA Philanthropy Council
The Sanders-Brown Philanthropy Council is comprised of a group of community leaders committed to furthering the mission and vision of Sanders-Brown through advocacy, outreach, education and furthering philanthropic efforts.
Sanders-Brown Philanthropy Members: Ron Borkowski (Chair), Jon Vaughn (Past Chair), Jeff Anderson, Anthany Beatty, Luther Deaton, Steve Grossman, Paula Hanson, Carolyn Kurz, Jim LeMaster, Deidre Lyons, Greg Mullins, Bill Thomason
For more information about the SBCoA Philanthropy Council, please contact Kathryn Campbell, Director of Philanthropy – Grateful Patients & Families, at 859-562-2225 or firstname.lastname@example.org.