We’ve expanded our care and support programming for Alzheimer’s family caregivers in response to COVID-19. We now have weekly drop-in support groups and webinars designed to provide caregiving tips, skills, and encouragement.
HFC is providing exceptional in-home care relief to families contending with Alzheimer’s. The HFC In-Home Care Grant relieves caregivers and gives them time to rest, recharge and focus on their personal and professional life.
Designed to help people who are navigating their way through this disease while attending school, raising families of their own or developing careers, our Online Support Groups are offered in a variety of time zones to help fit caregivers’ busy schedules.
HFC takes a new approach to fighting a terrible disease. For six years, our successful Los Angeles Variety Show has entertained young, hip professionals through evenings filled with music and comedy while creating the next generation of Alzheimer’s advocates – not to mention serving up some delicious food and raising over $10 million!
The 2017 HFC NYC Variety Show was held on June 8, 2017, at Webster Hall The event featured performances and appearances by Amy Schumer, Colin Jost, Jim Gaffigan, Paul Rudd and more, and we’re excited to see what’s in store for 2018!
We are excited to partner with the Rosalynn Carter Institute to provide virtual coaching and respite relief to Alzheimer’s and dementia family caregivers.
HFC and Alz Authors are excited to team up this summer to bring you a monthly book club discussion series. Join one or all!
Not in college, but still want to throw your own HFC event? No problem! Throw your own event with HFC Presents. You can host a bake sale, car wash or get the kiddos involved and host a lemonade stand.
Donate your birthday to Hilarity for Charity to help KICK ALZ IN THE BALLZ. You’ll be helping families struggling with Alzheimer’s care, increasing support groups nationwide, and allowing us to fund cutting edge research.
In addition to our Los Angeles Variety Show, we have established ourselves as a force in the Alzheimer’s and comedy communities through auxiliary events in Montreal and New York.