2021 High School Photo Winners:
Asia Brody (1st Place); Chloe Lu (2nd Place); Charity Clifton (3rd Place)
2021 College Photo Winners:
Danielle Towers (1st Place); Marcus Lopez (2nd Place); Luna Chen (3rd Place)
2021 High School Essay Winners:
Fiona Dority (1st Place) Amanda Mauer (2nd Place); Ford Legg (3rd Place)
2021 College Essay Winners:
Meryl Biju (1st Place); Harry Tucker (2nd Place); Augustine Guinto (3rd Place)
Please refer to https://wearehfc.org/humansofdementia/ for photo winners’ bios and for written winners schools and location.
Nearly 50 million people worldwide have dementia. Their stories deserve to be told, even if they can no longer tell them themselves. HFC’s annual storytelling contest – Humans of Dementia – engages young people across the U.S. to share the stories of people with Alzheimer’s and Dementia who have touched their lives. The contest invites high school and college students to submit written profiles and/or photo entries that profile a loved one or someone they know who had or who is living with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. This contest sheds light on a dark disease by telling the beautiful stories of people whose lives are not defined by the disease. By bringing these stories out from the shadows, together we remove the shame and stigma often surrounding an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
Founded by Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen, HFC is a national non-profit on a mission to care for families impacted by Alzheimer’s disease, activate the next generation of Alzheimer’s advocates, and be a leader in brain health research and education.
Humans Of Dementia (2021)
Featuring: Various Artists
LocationsView Location Details Old Fulton Street and Prospect Street
Old Fulton Street and Prospect Street
DUMBO, Brooklyn 11201
This location is part of Brooklyn Bridge Park
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Location open 24 hours
HFC’s 2021 Humans of Dementia contest is presented by AARP and sponsored by FUJIFILM North American Corporation. Contest partners include MemoryWell, Generations United, Photoville and The Bob and Diane Fund.