Initiated in 2005, The Anne & Irving Brodsky Grant is an annual grant that provides funding to one Alzheimer's Foundation of America's nonprofit organization per year for an innovative program that improves the lives of individuals with Alzheimer's disease or other related illnesses, and their families. The program must demonstrate innovativeness, greatest need and replication potential.
This grant is offered once a year; for consideration, applications must be postmarked by: May 15
The Anne & Irving Brodsky Grant is named in honor of Bert E. Brodsky, AFA's founding chairman, and his wife, Muriel, for their generous commitment to AFA and the cause.
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Click here to read about past recipients of The Anne & Irving Brodsky Grant.
AFA member organizations interested in obtaining an application for The AFA Innovation Grant must log into the members-only area of the AFA Web site.