Seth Rogen’s HFC ‘Game Show’ Raises $325K to Benefit Alzheimer’s Care

Seth Rogen’s HFC ‘Game Show’ Raises $325K to Benefit Alzheimer’s Care
Using levity to battle a serious disease, entertainer Seth Rogen and his wife raised more than $325,000 for HFC, the couple's national Alzheimer’s disease organization, during its first virtual game show. The funds will help in providing at-home care at no extra charge to Alzheimer’s patients, as well as online support for  caregivers. Money will also support brain health education for young people, and Alzheimer’s prevention research. Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen hosted the Zoom event, Hilarity for Charity’s Head to Head, which connected more than 2,000 supporters globally. The nonprofit HFC was established in 2012 to care for families affected by Alzheimer’s, teach young people what it means to live a brain-healthy life, promote progress in Alzheimer’s care, and advance research into disease prevention. It also hopes to inspire a new generation of Alzheimer’s advocates. “Lauren and I created HFC to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding Alzheimer’s,” Seth Rogen said in a press release. “HFC is a resource for families who are dealing with Alzheimer’s, and our goal is to continue to help fund prevention-focused research. "We couldn’t be more grateful for the supportive response we’ve experienced so far, and will continue to use lau
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