We are memory makers.
We’re all about art, culture & advocacy for people
living with Alzheimer's & other forms of memory loss
in NY's Southern Tier.
"What does the fall remind you of?"
Engaging in the arts can reduce anxiety, apathy and depression--all symptoms associated with memory loss. The arts also
add joy and confidence to a person's life. They conjure up old memories, and can even inspire new ones.
The Memory Maker Project is all about art, culture and advocacy for people living with memory loss.
This past year, more than 600 people with dementia participated in our Gallery Tours, Artist Workshops, Book Clubs, and Movie Roadshows. Additionally, we spoke to nearly 2,500 people nation-wide about art's impact on memory loss.
We cannot do what we do without you.
Here are are just a few ways your donation will help:
- Purchase art supplies
- Develop new programs
- Pay entrance fees to museums
- Fill our micro-gallery with students' framed art
- Offset travel costs to care facilities
- Fund community education lectures
Learn more at memorymakerproject.org
The Memory Maker Project is proud to be a project of the Center for Transformative Action, which is an affiliate of Cornell University and a registered 501(c)3.