Having Fun While Doing Good
Barbara Cheatham (left) is part of a group of residents with low vision in Issaquah, Washington, who raised $2,700 in support of BrightFocus’ Macular Degeneration Research and National Glaucoma Research programs.
From Diagnosis to Advocacy: Phil’s Experience With Early-Onset Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of the aging process. Phil Gutis (left) reveals the challenges that come with an early diagnosis alongside the hope for living life to the fullest.
Coming to Terms With Age-Related Macular Degeneration Vision Loss
Jill Adelman, RN, has made changes in her daily life to make it easier to live with wet age-related macular degeneration.
Young Dancers Give Hope
Nicolette Zika (center), age 13, inspired her dance team to support a cause that was close to her heart.
Fund More Research Breakthroughs
Show Your Support for Bold Research
In addition to sharing your story, please use the tools below to spread the word about the impact of bold research. We have provided sample language, but encourage you to share your own stories, photos, and experiences.
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A world where all people age free from diseases of mind and sight is possible, and bold research can make that a reality. I’m proud to support BrightFocus Foundation in its quest to discover cures for Alzheimer’s disease, macular degeneration & glaucoma. Learn more at brightfocusbold.org. #BoldResearchCan
Tag BrightFocus Foundation in your posts.
This way, we’ll see and engage and potentially share.
- @BrightFocus Foundation
- @Alzheimer’s Disease Research
- @Macular Degeneration Research
- @National Glaucoma Research
- To tag us, type an @ symbol and begin writing the name to tag on Facebook. A drop-down menu will appear; select the verified BrightFocus account.
Use hashtags in your captions to expose your posts to new people and help BrightFocus Foundation find your content.
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