Throughout the last year the Adopt a Grandparent Program has had various fundraisers such as bake sales, clothing, calendars, and more. These profits do not just fund and run the AGP though, they also are gathered to help the Alzheimer's Association who strives to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. We are very grat
Santa's in town for this year's Annual AGP Christmas Party. The party was a nice way to celebrate the holiday season and the end of another great semester. Grandparents and grandkids exchanged gifts, made hot cocoa, and even had a gingerbread house making contest! The program was also able to finally get their hands on our first ever calendar. As usual, everyone had a great time and we can't wait to start off another semester.
It's that time of year again... Christmas! That means it's time for our annual Christmas Bake Sale. The festive bake sale with themed goodies is a great way to not only raise money for the AGP, but the Alzheimer's Association as well. By raising money for an organization we care about such as the Alzheimer's Association, we are able to help them in their mission in researching, aiding, and finding a cure to Alzheimer’s. This year was our biggest Christmas Bake Sale ever and w
After months of hard work and planning, the Adopt a Grandparent Program has finally released their first ever calendar. The calendar features 12 different themed photos of grandparents and grandkids in the program. All the proceeds will be split between funding the AGP and donating them to the Alzheimer's Association. The calendar will be sold at $15 and is a standard sized wall calendar at 8.5"x11". The AGP and the grandparents loved making the calendar as well as the memori