The Alzheimer’s Association is collaborating with Jackson Laboratory to offer FREE Spring cleaning and yard work services to families affected by Alzheimer’s or Dementia in the Greater Sacramento area.
Volunteers from Jackson Laboratory are offering a half or full-day of yard work and chores to show their support for the local Sacramento community on April 14th or April 28th.
If you would benefit from this Free service, please send a brief description of the scope of work,
the physical address, and your contact information to:
Katie Curler at 916-930-9080 or
[email protected] by Friday, March 30th.
For more details please click here:
Alzheimer’s Association and Jackson Laboratory Spring Cleaning
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