Ways To Give
When you make a gift to the ADDF 100% of your donation goes to drug discovery. Every dollar is used to help us accelerate the discovery and development of drugs to prevent, treat and cure Alzheimer’s disease, related dementias and cognitive aging.
Private contributions are vitally important in the fight against Alzheimer's. With your support, we are confident that we will overcome Alzheimer's disease once and for all.
Make a Donation
Make a one-time or monthly gift to the ADDF and help us conquer Alzheimer's. You can designate your gift to honor or memorialize friends, family, and colleagues or to mark a special occasion.
Become a Corporate Supporter
We offer numerous opportunities for organizations to partner with the ADDF in our effort to conquer Alzheimer’s, such as sponsoring conferences and events, co-funding research, or becoming a cause marketing partner.
Consider a Planned Gift
Make an enduring impact by including the ADDF in your estate plans. By naming the ADDF as a full or partial beneficiary in your estate plans, you can make a gift that will help conquer Alzheimer's.
CELEBRATION GIFTS & SHOPPING
Celebrate your wedding, anniversary, or other important occasion by designating the ADDF in your charity or gift registry at online giving sites such as JustGive.org and IDoFoundation.org. And when you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon.com donates 0.5% of the purchase price to the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation. Designate the ADDF as your charity of choice now at smile.amazon.com.
Leverage the impact of your personal contribution through your employer’s matching gift program. Many companies offer matching gifts and other workplace giving options. Contact your employer’s administrative or human resources staff for more information.
Throw a party, hold a bake sale, run a marathon—get creative and show your support for Alzheimer's research. Our fundraising guidelines (PDF) offer helpful tips to get you started!
For questions about donating to the ADDF, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.901.8000.