Love has no boundaries

The Kenneth A. Smaltz, Sr. Foundation (501c3) for the cure and care of Alzheimer’s offers support for people living with dementia, their families and caregivers and provides leadership in policy and services.


Named after his father who suffers from the disease, the Kenneth A. Smaltz, Sr. Foundation was founded in August 2012. Its dual mission is to continue to support local care centers for people with dementia.


Donations help fund grants to member organizations to provide family respite care and to enhance or develop programs and services

Kenneth Smaltz Jr. Receives From NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo

Kenneth A. Smaltz Jr. has earned special recognition and appreciation from Governor Cuomo and State of New York Executive Chamber for his inspiring leadership and positive efforts to advance the work and mission of the Smaltz Foundation and to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals affected by Alzheimer’s disease.

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2nd Annual Alzheimer’s Caregivers’ Symposium at Harlem Hospital Center

The Kenneth A. Smaltz Sr. Foundation held its Second Annual Alzheimer’s Caregivers’ Symposium at Harlem Hospital. In observation of National Caregivers Month in November, this year’s half-day Symposium was designed for family caregivers and the practitioners who assist and support them. The symposium had expert resources to help caregivers deal effectively with the legal, financial and emotional burdens of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Warachal E. Faison, Medical Director, Women’s and Men’s Health at Pfizer was the keynote speaker.

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WNBC New York interview

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