Seymour Crossing recently was recognized as the 2017 top fundraising team among 74 American Senior Communities for the Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day event.
The event encourages people to team up and participate in an activity to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association.
The Alzheimer’s Association awarded a traveling trophy to Seymour Crossing to recognize its fundraising efforts, which resulted in $3,218.
Seymour Crossing is continuing fundraising for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in October. To donate to its page, visit ascseniorcare.com/location/seymour-crossing.
“I am so proud of our Seymour Crossing team for all their hard work. We raise funds for Alzheimer’s all year long. We consider it an honor to have won this first-time ever award for our fundraising efforts for The Longest Day event,” said Diana Paine, director of admissions and marketing at Seymour Crossing.
American Senior Communities is proud to continue its long tradition of participating and sponsoring the Alzheimer’s Association’s events such as The Longest Day.
Seymour Crossing along with other ASC communities raised more than $41,000. This donation funded more than 1,640 helpline calls, which allows families dealing with the disease to connect to a licensed social worker.
Seymour Crossing is at 707 S. Jackson Park Drive.