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Partnerships and Exciting Updates

BEI Partners
  • Hilarity For Charity

    • Founded by Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller, HFC is a national non-profit, whose mission is to care for families impacted by Alzheimer's disease today, activate the next generation of Alzheimer's advocates, and be a leader in brain health research and education. In early 2022, HFC partnered with the Brain Exercise Initiative and made us an official resource for families looking to help their loved ones. Through our partnership, we hope to broaden our network and reach a larger community of individuals, in order to accomplish our goal to help seniors, across the globe, remember and thrive.

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  • Goodwin House

    • In 2019, Goodwin House President & CEO Rob Liebreich founded Stronger Memory, a brain exercise program which, like BEI, is based on the research of Dr. Kawashima. Through our partnership, student volunteers from BEI will host 30-minute, online check-ins for Stronger Memory participants every weekday. Check out more information about our partnership with Goodwin House here.

  • Perfect Pair

    • We have paired up with Perfect Pair, a student-run program that creates one-on-one connections between seniors and college students. Student volunteers and senior participants are paired based on similar hobbies and interests. Through shared laughs, conversation, and fun activities, our members will have the opportunity to foster meaningful and long-lasting relationships with their Perfect Pair. If you’d like to start a Perfect Pair chapter at your university, apply to start a chapter on their website, found here

  • UCLA Course

    • ​We have partnered with the UCLA Course, Frontiers in Human Aging, to provide their students with virtual service learning opportunities. 

  • Bits of Good Smart Phone Application

    • We have partnered with Bits of Good, ​a student-run Georgia Tech College of Computing organization that connects talented undergraduate software developers with nonprofit organizations, to develop a smartphone application that seniors can use to complete our brain exercise packets in the comfort of their homes.  Our Smartphone Application is available for free download on the Apple App Store. Find links to our app below!

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Find us on the news

• We were featured in the L.A. Times! You can read the article here

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• Our Chapter at the University of Southern California was featured on the news! Check out the article here!

• Our University of Tennessee chapter was also featured on the news! You can find the video here.

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