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​​​Hilarity for Charity and Alzheimer's​

Hilarity for Charity Raises $1.6 Million At 5th Annual Los Angeles Variety Show: Seth Rogen's Halloween

​​hfc.jpeg​Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen, along with a group of some amazing friends founded Hilarity for Charity (HFC) in 2011 for Alzheimer's. Hilarity for Charity recently held their Fifth Annual Los Angeles Variety Show, to raise money and awareness about the disease. This charity focuses on creating hilarious events to raise funds and awareness to support the on-going research for Alzheimer's, and provide in-home care to thousands, through their partnership with Home Instead Senior​ Care. ​

Hilarity for Charity® and the Home Instead Senior Care® network are working together to award home care grants to those providing care to their loved ones living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. The home care grants will be awarded across the United States and Canada. While there is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, there is care. The goal of the home care grant is to provide exceptional home care to families affected by this disease, and to give these families support and rest.

The foundation has currently raised over 5.3 million dollars to the cause. This year alone the charity generated $1.6 million dollars for Alzheimer's research and home care grants. With the help of Hilarity of Charity we have given over 37,000 hours of in home care services valued over $740,000, as a supplement to monetary value. We are so happy to be part of such a great cause with people who are as passionate about providing help for those affected by​​​​​ Alzheimer’s.

Learn more about the Alzheimer’s Relief Grant Program.​​​​


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