SEPARATE TABLES CHALLENGE: UNITED TO END ALZHEIMER'S
In 1958, my mother starred in a movie titled "Separate Tables". It was the first film in which she began showing signs of Alzheimer's, the world couldn't see it yet, but I could see the little things starting to happen - there was something fleeting and fragmentary in her eyes. As we have gone through the last 4 months, I am reminded of that film and how much that title resonates now. For the past 37 years, we have celebrated my mother in New York City and raised over $70 million for a disease that affects more than 5 million Americans. While this year may be different and we need to physically stay separate, the fight against Alzheimer's does not stop or slow down. I ask you to join me in making a gift to support the Alzheimer's Association.
- Princess Yasmin Aga Khan
The Alzheimer's Association thanks Corporate Underwriter Rolex for their continued leadership