Alzheimer's Foundation of America

Foundation of America

Make a Mother’s Day Gift That Matters

Grandmother receiving Virtual Mother's Day bouquet

Send a Virtual Mother’s Day Bouquet!

All of us have special women in our lives who loved, guided, and supported us. Rather than spending money on flowers or candy this Mother’s Day, honor their legacy of love with something that lasts long after May 8, 2022. When you make a tribute gift in their name, AFA will send them a virtual Mother’s Day bouquet.

Whether it’s in honor or memory of a special woman who has made a difference in your life, a tribute gift in their name to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America makes an immediate impact.

Donate to AFA, and we will send a “virtual bouquet” on your behalf

Make a tribute gift of $50 or more and you can have a “virtual bouquet” emailed to someone special letting them know that you made a donation in their name to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

Please note: Each transaction will send one virtual bouquet. If you’d like to send to multiple recipients, please break your donation into multiple transactions.

Virtual Bouquets will be sent automatically after checkout.

Send a Virtual Mother’s Day Bouquet by donating here:

Thank you for supporting our mission. When you give, you are the reason no one has to be alone on their journey with Alzheimer’s.

Your gift will support AFA’s programs and services, helping individuals impacted by Alzheimer’s and their loved ones daily.

86% of every donation to AFA goes directly to our programs and services, such as virtual therapeutic programming, educational webinars for professional and family caregivers, and our National Toll-Free Helpline, operating and providing support 7 days a week in more than 90 languages.

You’re joining a 20 year legacy of a mother’s love

Did you know AFA was founded because of a mother’s love?

When you make a Mother’s Day tribute gift, you will join a legacy that goes all the way back to AFA’s founding in 2002. Bert Brodsky founded AFA out of love for his mother. He cared for his mother, Anne, on her Alzheimer’s journey through the 80s and 90s, and there were many times when he felt alone and ill-equipped to care for her. He vowed that no one would ever feel alone on their journey with Alzheimer’s ever again – and thus AFA was born. Thanks to the legacy of a mother’s love, the millions of Americans impacted by Alzheimer’s have resources, education, and hope for a cure. Thanks to donors like you, no one ever has to feel alone.