We are delighted to be able to help support a team that has demonstrated such dedication in the fight against this dreaded disease, ”said Andrew Fabrikant, president of the company.
New York, NY (PRWEB)
September 26, 2013
Andrew and Peter Fabrikant (http://www.FabOn5th.com), diamond and real estate jewelry experts in Manhattan, have pledged their support to the Grimaldi and Yeung team for the march to end Alzheimer’s disease that has took place at the Coney Island boardwalk on September 22. “We are delighted to be able to help support a team that has demonstrated such dedication in the fight against this dreaded disease,” said Andrew Fabrikant, president of the company. “Too many lives have been destroyed by Alzheimer’s disease.
According to Judith Grimaldi, partner at Grimaldi and Yeung, lawyers in elder law and estate planning
“Each year, our practice is proud to walk hand-in-hand with Brooklyn caregivers and families of Alzheimer’s patients who provide lifesaving care to our neighbors and friends with Alzheimer’s disease and to their families. other forms of dementia. We honor their benevolence by supporting the Alzheimer Association’s search for a cure.
Vicki Ellner, Founder and President of the Senior Umbrella Network of Brooklyn, a non-profit organization of professionals who advocate for seniors in the Brooklyn area, adds her voice to the importance of getting involved in the March to End Alzheimer’s disease. They also supported the Grimaldi and Yeung team. “SUN-B is dedicated to providing education about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease,” she says. “We are well aware of how devastating the disease can be for patients and their families. We urge everyone to give generously to the Alzheimer’s Walk each year even if you cannot attend the walk itself.
The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and raise funds for Alzheimer’s disease support, care and research. The march takes place each year in more than 600 communities across the country. Participation in these walks provides unique opportunities to get involved in the cause through advocacy initiatives and clinical trial registration in the hope of eliminating the disease through the advancement of research. The goal of the Alzheimer’s Association, in addition to funding research, is to provide and improve care and support for all those affected and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
“Statistics show that more than 5 million people are currently suffering from the disease,” explains Fabrikant. “Now that public research funds are slowly dwindling for patients with Alzheimer’s disease, it is essential that businesses and individuals come together to fundraise in order to find a cure or at least a better treatment. . “
About Andrew and Peter Fabrikant
Andrew and Peter Fabrikant, Diamond and Real Estate Jewelery Experts (http://www.Fabon5th.com), is a leading company in the purchase of diamond and real estate jewelery. Located at 555 Fifth Avenue in New York City, the diamond and jewelry hub of the United States, the company prides itself on achieving the highest value for its customers’ jewelry by capitalizing on their 140 years of family history in trade.
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