Foundation of America

November Awareness

Get Involved in Alzheimer’s Awareness Month!

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, a time to heighten awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and show support for the more than 6.2 million Americans living with it. There are a number of quick and easy ways you can help raise awareness, show support and fight Alzheimer’s disease!

Spread the word on social media

Raise awareness by downloading this “Facts About Alzheimer’s Disease” infographic and sharing via social media or email.

Change your social media cover photo

Download a free image which you can post on social media to show your support for the fight against
Alzheimer’s disease.

Download “I Love Someone With Alzheimer’s” cover photo

Download “I’m Going Teal” cover photo

Use a Facebook Profile Picture Frame

Click here to get a free “Alzheimer’s Awareness” Facebook profile frame to show your support all month long.

Wear Teal

Take a picture of yourself in teal and share on social media why you’re joining the fight against Alzheimer’s
(include #WhyIGoTeal in your post).

Need a teal shirt? Get one through the AFA e-store here.

Take a Selfie

Download a sign, print it out, take a photo and post on social media with #WhyIGoTeal and #AlzheimersAwarenessMonth

Download “I’m Going Teal For” Sign

Download “I Love Someone With Alzheimer’s” Sign

Join the Walk

AFA is holding a nationwide virtual Alzheimer’s walk which allows you to walk in your community to raise Alzheimer’s awareness and funds to support families affected by Alzheimer’s.

Learn more and register

Wear a Cause Bracelet

Show your support for the cause. Click here to get yours through AFA’s e-store.

Create a Fundraiser

Start a Facebook fundraiser by clicking here and following the steps listed on the page (you will need to login in to your Facebook account).

You can also design your own fundraiser through AFA’s community fundraising page. Click here to learn more or contact AFA’s Development Department at 866-232-8484.

Get a Memory Screening

Be proactive with your own brain health by getting a free, virtual memory screening.

Click here to learn more and schedule an appointment.


Help support programs and services for families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and research toward a cure.

Click here to donate.