Every year, on the summer solstice, something remarkable happens. The sun graces us with its presence for the longest day of the year, and on this day, communities around the world come together to shine a light on Alzheimer's awareness. This day is aptly named "The Longest Day." Alzheimer's disease is a global health crisis affecting millions of individuals and their families. It's a progressive brain disorder that robs people of their memories, cognitive abilities, and independence. The impact of Alzheimer's is profound and far-reaching, not only for those diagnosed but also for their loved ones who provide care and support. Although Summer Solstice has pasted for 2023, but Cassell3d is joining the cause by launching a fundraiser that will run until October 30, 2023. Presently, there is a campaign that will allow any funds raised to be doubled by 10/31/2023. We believe in the power of combining innovation with compassion, and together, we can make a significant impact on Alzheimer's awareness and research. We are running this fundraiser until 103023 so that we will have time to send the funds for the campaign that will double donations received. Go to www.cassell3d.com. Use Promo Code CFA2023 when you check out and that’s it. We will do the rest! We will plan on doing another fundraiser about 2 months before Summer Solstice 2024. Watch for details!! "The Longest Day" is an initiative started by the Alzheimer's Association to raise awareness about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias while raising funds for research and support programs. The significance of holding this event on the summer solstice is twofold: it symbolizes the challenging journey that individuals with Alzheimer's and their caregivers face, where each day can feel like the longest, and it also represents hope, as the days following the solstice grow shorter, signifying the progress made in the fight against Alzheimer's. Here are some ways in which you can get involved and support Cassell3d's fundraiser:
1. Donate: Contribute to our fundraiser and help us reach our goal. Every dollar counts and goes toward Alzheimer's research, care, and advocacy. 2. Spread Awareness: Share information about Alzheimer's disease on social media and in your local community. Let others know about the importance of early detection, understanding, and support. 3. Join Our Team: Consider joining our fundraising team. Together, we can work towards a world without Alzheimer's. Cassell3D has a fundraising campaign that allows you to purchase possible fun items for the upcoming Christmas Season. 25% of all items purchased from our website will be donated to Alzheimer’s Association and those donations will be donated through this campaign. 4. Participate in Activities: Take part in activities that honor those affected by Alzheimer's. Dedicate your efforts to a loved one and share their story. 5. Advocate: Use your voice to advocate for increased funding for Alzheimer's research, improved care options, and better support for caregivers.
"The Longest Day" is a reminder that even in the face of immense challenges, there is hope, resilience, and a global community willing to come together to make a difference. By participating in or supporting this event and Cassell3d's extended fundraiser, you contribute to Alzheimer's awareness and research, helping to bring us one step closer to a world without this devastating disease. So, mark your calendar for 10/30/2023 and go to www.cassell3D to shop for fun articulating fidgeting toys and jewelry, and how you can shine your light on Alzheimer's awareness. Together with Cassell3d, we can make each day a little bit brighter for those affected by Alzheimer's and work towards a future where no one has to face this disease alone.
Alzheimer's Disease Flower Colors:
In the journey to raise Alzheimer's awareness and support those affected by this disease, the colors of flowers play a crucial role in symbolizing various aspects of this challenging path. 🌸 💜 Purple Flowers: The color purple represents Alzheimer's awareness. It signifies our commitment to understanding the disease, supporting those impacted, and working diligently to find a cure. 🔵 Blue Flowers: Blue flowers, such as Forget-Me-Nots, serve as a poignant reminder of memory loss associated with Alzheimer's. They symbolize remembrance and the enduring bonds we share with those affected. 💛 Yellow Flowers: Yellow blooms represent hope. They inspire us to remain optimistic, even in the face of Alzheimer's challenges, and to keep searching for better treatments and a brighter future. 🧡 Orange Flowers: The color orange signifies support. It encourages us to provide comfort and understanding to Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers, fostering a compassionate and inclusive community. ⚪ White Flowers: White blossoms symbolize clarity and awareness. They remind us of the importance of early detection, increased awareness, and the need for a fresh start in our approach to Alzheimer's. 🌻 Sunflowers: Bright and sunny sunflowers represent positivity and the belief that a cure is possible. They inspire us to keep working toward a world where Alzheimer's is better understood and ultimately defeated. Each of these flower colors carries a message of dedication, remembrance, hope, support, and awareness. Let's utilize these symbolic hues to raise Alzheimer's awareness and collaborate in making a difference in the lives of those impacted by this challenging disease.