This month marks one year since the birth of our mission to increase awareness, support services, and funding for research to find a cure for Lewy Body Dementia.
Thanks to dedicated supporters and friends of The Sue’s Story Project, much has been accomplished.
We partnered with filmmakers on SUE’S STORY, a documentary that won an Audience Choice award at its film festival debut.
We started a fund to support a Stanford post-doctoral research position focused on LBD. We also witnessed the formation of the Stanford Lewy Body Dementia Research Center of Excellence.
And on this special anniversary, a citywide proclamation was made declaring September 30th as annual Lewy Body Dementia Awareness Day.
Thanks to our great community, all this was accomplished right here in Morgan Hill, California. Thousands of people now have an awareness of LBD. Wherever we go, people are wearing our purple wristbands, asking what they can do to help.
Our city is on its way to becoming a place where people with Lewy Body Dementia can live with purpose, dignity and hope until a cure is found.
Our goal is to make our second year more impactful by taking SUE’S STORY to other cities across Santa Clara County for screenings and discussion.
Join us. Together, we can #DisruptDementia.