Hope for Dementia featured in the Journal

Hope for Dementia was featured in Hudson’s local newspaper The Journal! Hope for Dementia’s Hudson Charity Gala Dinner 2019 was featured a first time in the add section of the newspaper and was featured a second time with a recap of the event. A very big thank you to The Journal for covering the event!…

Hope for Dementia on CJAD!

Hope for Dementia had the opportunity of being interviewed by CJAD’s Natasha Hall. Our volunteers Nissa, Nick, and Kourosh spoke about the Intergenerational Learning program as well as the Hudson Charity Gala Dinner! We had a blast at the radio station and would like to thank Natasha Hall and CJAD for their warm welcome. To…

Hope for Dementia on CTV

Hope for Dementia’s volunteer Nissa Barkat was interviewed on CTV National Television by Paul Karwatsky. They spoke about Hope for Dementia’s Intergenerational Learning Program as well as the Hudson Charity Gala at the Whitlock that took place in September 2019. To view the interview please click the link: https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1787251 To donate click here: https://hopefordementia.org/donate/ To volunteer…

Our Intergenerational Learning Program

At Hope for Dementia, our team is always striving to think of new ways we can help our charity reach its goals. All of our objectives are important to us but raising awareness is integral to our cause and to the disease itself. The Intergenerational Learning Program was launched during World Alzheimer’s Month (September) with…

New Partnership with A Night to Remember

Official Partnership Agreement with West-Island Based, A Night to Remember announcement: NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH HOPE FOR DEMENTIA!! We are very pleased to announce that we have entered into a strategic alliance with Hope For Dementia https://hopefordementia.org/about-us/, a federal non-profit charitable organization. We will continue to honour our commitment to support the Alzheimer Society of Montreal, but…

Hope for Dementia visits Westmount One

Hope for Dementia’s young volunteers went for a test run of the Intergenerational Learning Program at Westmount One residential home. They engaged with the elderly and answered their technological questions. In return, the elderly shared life experiences and sorties with our young volunteers. It was a successful test drive and since then the program has…

Hope for Dementia at Finnegan’s Market!

The Hope for Dementia interns visited Hudson and engaged with the community multiple times over the course of the summer. Thank you to Finnegans Market for allowing us to set up and be a part of the event! The HFD team had a wonderful time talking and meeting new people as well as spreading awareness to…