Chicago skyline illuminated purple for Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

Photo courtesy of Sam Karow

The Chicago skyline was illuminated purple to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month (June) and The Longest Day. From Monday, June 20 to Friday, June 26, buildings were encouraged to light the signature color of the Alzheimer’s Association and display the slogan “ENDALZ.” The initiative was spearheaded by our Illinois Chapter Concern and Awareness committee in partnership with the Building Owners and Manager Association of Chicago (BOMA). Their Illuminate Chicago Lighting Program was created almost ten years ago to build support for charitable causes. We are grateful for their support as we raise funds and awareness to put an end to Alzheimer’s and all other dementia. 

This year’s participating buildings included the Wrigley Building, Prudential Building and Plaza, United Center, Brittanica Building, Soldier Field, Blue Cross Blue Shield, John Hancock, Willis Tower and Elgin’s 2500 Westfield building. All member buildings had the opportunity to participate and show their support for the fight to end Alzheimer’s.

To learn more about The Longest Day, visit alz.org/TLD
To learn more about Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, visit alz.org/ABAM

Photo courtesy of Sam Karow

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