Harvesting Hope is the Alzheimer’s Association Connecticut Chapter’s inaugural benefit bringing community and food together. Food is powerful. It brings us together, shapes our memories, and empowers our communities. Our bond with loved ones become stronger, and strangers feel like strangers no more.  Ending Alzheimer’s is a family affair so please pull up a chair and join us at this unique dinner experience as we enjoy delicious courses prepared by top chefs from Hartford and New Haven area who will share their personal stories about how Alzheimer’s has touched their lives. Funds raised at this benefit will go to support local educational and support programs and critical research.

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  • 10 “brain-healthy” food groups consisting of green leafy vegetables, other vegetables, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish , poultry, olive oil and wine are associated with lowering the risk for Alzheimer’s and related dementias
  • Researchers have found that nine modifiable risk factors account for approximately 35% of all cases of dementia
  • Every 66 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s