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The Creeps 2020 Walk to END Alzheimer’s

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It's That time of year again! 

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Click here ---> http://act.alz.org/goto/ataricreep <--- Click here

 

Every year I register with the Alzheimers Association and raise funds that go toward care, awareness and most important, RESEARCH. Research to find a cure. I Campaign and participate in the walk every year in honor of my father who passed away in 2006 of Alzheimer's at the age of 63. Whats more I lost another family member to Alzheimer’s just this past week. 

  • One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.
  • More than 5 million Americans are living with the disease.
  • Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States.
  • In 2020, Alzheimer's disease will cost the United States $305 billion. This number is projected to rise to more than $1.1 trillion in 2050.
  • In 2019, more than 16 million caregivers of people living with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias provided an estimated 18.6 billion hours of unpaid care, a contribution to the nation valued at more than $244 billion
  • Between 2000 and 2018, deaths from Alzheimer’s has increased 146%.
  • 50% of primary care physicians believe the medical profession is not ready for the growing number of people with Alzheimer's or other dementias.

 

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Your funds at work

 

Every year I ask for your support in any way you can. Donations or sharing the link around. There will be many way to support this year.

-Simply click on the link above and bellow and give what you can. No amount is too small.

-There are also item such as a custom game cartridge dust sleeve made by Chris at Video Game Dust Sleeves on Twitter. ALL Proceeds go to the Alzheimers Association.

-There will be a special 2020 Walk to END ALZ shirt available in the next week. Again ALL Proceeds go to the Alzheimers Association.

In doing so you can possibly win some really cool prizes. This year I have a custom NES Jason Voorhees figure that I will give away Monday the 18th. There is also a custom game pad of your choice provided by Retro Game Boyz, WINNIES CHOICE.

 

Click here ---> http://act.alz.org/goto/ataricreep <--- Click here

 

Please join me in the fight to END Alzheimer’s 

 

Thank you,

Chris

The Atari Creep

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Anyone who donates $1 or more between now and Monday the 18th will be entered to win this CUSTOM NES Jason Voorhees figure. 

Donate today and good luck!

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Click here ---> http://act.alz.org/goto/ataricreep <--- Click here

 

RULES

-Must make a donation $1 or more to my official campaign page. (link above)

-Must be in the lower 48 states or be willing to pay shipping

-MUST get a hold of me privately on Facebook, Instagram, twitter or on here with your shipping info within 48 hours of the winner notification.

If not I will pick another winner. If you are the ONLY contestant I will then use the item for another giveaway.

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I had a grandfather who passed away from Alzheimer's last year at the age of 88. It's tough. I did see him before he died. He was in good spirits and was in his right mind at the time. He even recognized me. But, sadly, it progressed, but he died peacefully. In his sleep. Thanks for letting me share. :O)

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23 minutes ago, BlackCatz40 said:

I had a grandfather who passed away from Alzheimer's last year at the age of 88. It's tough. I did see him before he died. He was in good spirits and was in his right mind at the time. He even recognized me. But, sadly, it progressed, but he died peacefully. In his sleep. Thanks for letting me share. :O)

 

21 minutes ago, BlackCatz40 said:

Anyway, I will see what I can do for your cause. I might chip in. I will see what I can do. Thanks. :O)

So sorry to hear about your Grandfather man. Even if you can't toss a few bucks in a share can do just as much for the cause. 

 

Thanks!

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The Creeps 2020 Walk to END Alzheimers Tee is now available to purchase. ALL proceeds go to the Alzheimers Association. You can also get the design on stickers, mugs, face masks and much more. Thanks to you all for your continued support and helping to make this bigger and bigger every year.

*This site is an OFFICIAL sponsor and without Atari.IO my campaigns would not be as successful as they are. Unfortunately because the name "Atari" is in the title of the site I am unable to place you folks on the shirt. It got removed because of a trademark thing. I want to be very clear!!!! Atari IO is such an important member to my campaign and it hurts to not be able to thank acknowledge that on things like this. This community has my utmost respect and love. THANK YOU ALL!!!

GET YOUR SHIRT TODAY>>> https://www.teepublic.com/user/atari-creep <<< GET YOUR SHIRT TODAY

 

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You folks KILLED it. Goal reached in record time. In fact, 2020 is the first year I met that goal. We have been very close before but never hit it. I can not thank you ALL enough. Lets take a moment to celebrate but after get back to work. So much more to do. Goal met, now we destroy it. 

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