It not only makes you awesome, but helps to raise awareness for this incurable
disease affecting more than 5 million Americans.
There are things you can do RIGHT NOW to join us and help Kick Alz in the Ballz!
College student that wants to Kick Alz in the Ballz and maybe win a visit from Seth? Participate in our college fundraising program. HFC U!
Not in college? Don’t worry, you can still help us Kick Alz in the Ballz by hosting your own HFC Presents event.
Have a birthday coming up? Give your birthday to Hilarity for Charity!
Got 5 Minutes?
Write a letter to your Congressperson and tell them how important it is to fund research for this terrible disease.
Watch Seth’s testimony to get inspired.
Spread Awareness. Once a week post an Alzheimer’s fact, like the 10 signs of Alzheimer’s disease to Facebook/Twitter. Use #ENDALZ, #AlzSucks, @hilar4charity on Twitter, tag Hilarity for Charity on Facebook and @hilarityforcharity on Instagram!
Let your friends know that you hate Alzheimer’s by rocking an HFC charity bracelet.
Make a donation. Every dollar you donate goes directly to research and helping families care for their loved ones affected by Alzheimer’s.
Got An Hour?
Canvas your campus and local downtown area to put out donation cans. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for flyers and cans.
Share your Alzheimer’s story. One of the best ways to help others is to show them they’re not alone. Send your story to email@example.com and you just might see your story in on our website or social media pages. Check out other personal stories.
Volunteer at a local nursing home, or adult daycare center. Call local facilities in your area to see what their needs are. Facilities are always looking for people to read to patients, spend time with them, etc.
Ready for a Longer Commitment?
Become a Hilarity for Charity volunteer.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to hear about opportunities to volunteer at our events such as the Los Angeles Variety Show, Walk to End Alzheimer’s®, and more!
Start a Longest Day team! Grab your friends, do what you love and honor those with Alzheimer’s. Host a Seth Rogen movie marathon, cook your favorite food all day, host a block party; whatever you like to get friends and family involved and do it all day for a great cause! Learn more about the Longest Day!
For Alzheimer’s disease resources and support, contact your local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association or call the Alzheimer’s Association’s 24 hour helpline at 1.800.272.3900