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Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for nursing home residents and their families impacted by Alzheimer's and other dementias.

Former Ben-Gal now leading the Cheers for a different cause...
Priscilla Groh, Former Ben-Gal cheering for a different cause

Priscilla Groh -

Founder/President of Cheering

for Charity Foundation

"My mother Helen was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2001. She was 90 years young when she lost her battle with the disease. The Cheering for Charity Foundation was founded and dedicated in her honor. Having personally experienced the devastating effects of Alzheimer's, it is my passion and dream to dedicate my time and efforts to this cause."

Priscilla Groh and her mother Helen Miller

Priscilla Groh

Cheering for Charity is a 501(3)(c) non-profit organization.

EIN 27-0196600

Helen Miller 1918-2008

Still beautiful at 90!

Sheree Paolello, WLWT's news anchor talks about

Cheering for Charity Foundation.


The Cheering Voices program in Cincinnati, OH

The Cheering Voices helps to assure that patients with cognitive disorders can continue to cherish musical experiences while enjoying an enhanced quality of life. Live musicians and facilitators help engage nursing home residents affected by Dementia, Alzheimer’s and other memory disorders with their caregivers and family members.

Give a gift from the heart and watch someone's eyes light up. The Cheering Closet is stocked from donations of new personal items and gifts which are delivered to residents in nursing homes. The program provides a way to make seniors feel like they matter and distributes everyday items to those in need.

The Cheering Closet program in Cincinnati, OH

Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Training


Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Training

Take the path to certification as a Certified Dementia Practitioner through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners.

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Caring for someone with dementia poses many challenges for professional caregivers. Dementia caregiving is a world where the “normal” rules don’t apply and we all need guidance learning to support, motivate, and keep people with dementia safe. Providing specialist dementia training for caregivers makes a huge difference in many ways.

Alzheimer's News

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