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Author: Breanna Bishop

Date: December 20th, 2016

2016 was a very big year for the Alliance. We celebrated our 30th anniversary and reflected on the significant accomplishments our small, but mighty, organization has made over the years.

While we reflect on our past, it’s important that we continue our work to advance aging research and issues that are most important to older adults. And we invite you to join us in our efforts.

Here are four reasons to support the Alliance:

The accomplishments listed are just a few of this year’s highlights. To get an overview of our work, we invite you to visit our blog. 

We hope you would consider giving a year-end donation, and we’d be very grateful for your support. For more information on donating to the Alliance, visit our donation page or select the Alliance when shopping on AmazonSmile.


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