Exercising Her Right to Care: Care Supervisor Nancy Jones Organizes Alzheimer’s Fundraiser


Care Supervisor Nancy Jones lost her grandfather to Alzheimer’s disease.

As a result, her parents started an Alzheimer’s Support Group in the 1980s. Now, her father is afflicted with the disease.

Understandably, Nancy is passionate about Alzheimer’s charities, events, and organizations.

That’s why she is organizing Midwest Family Care‘s participation in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, a charity walk taking place on Sunday, October 7 at Memorial High School. The walk, held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, is the world’s largest Alzheimer’s fundraising event.

Participants form teams with friends, family, and co-workers, raising sponsorship donations which go directly to the Alzheimer’s Association. It’s a great opportunity to raise money for a great cause while spending a family-focused day. Plus, it’s great exercise!

WalktoEndAlzheimersLogoAdditionally, Nancy is organizing the Midwest Family Care Walk to End Alzheimer’s Team Fundraising event here in our office complex. This pre-walk event takes place Thursday, September 27 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at our office: 4916 E. Broadway, Madison, WI  53716.

Please join us for this event! We’ll have drinks, food, entertainment by comedian Don Hopkins, and a silent auction. Donations are accepted at the door, and all money raised will go towards our team sponsorship in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

Sponsors include: AJK Spirits; JC Penney Salon; Johnson Creek Bath & Body; The Dancing Goat in Cambridge; The York Center; and Stoddard’s Meat Market.

Nancy, said she wants to do everything she can to raise awareness, change the stigma about dementia, and support families.

“By walking together and rallying for this cause,” Nancy said, “we can make that magical day happen when we find a cure.”

For more information on sponsorship or on our fundraiser, please email nancy@midwestfamilycare.org

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