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Lobster Launches #MemoryDonation

Last week Lobster officially launched #MemoryDonation: a campaign aimed at raising awareness and the crucial funds needed to aid in supporting the 50 million individuals worldwide currently living with dementia and their care partners.  Why #memorydonation? A picture tells a thousand words, but what if you couldn’t remember the picture. We’re calling on people to…

Last week Lobster officially launched #MemoryDonation: a campaign aimed at raising awareness and the crucial funds needed to aid in supporting the 50 million individuals worldwide currently living with dementia and their care partners. 

Why #memorydonation?

A picture tells a thousand words, but what if you couldn’t remember the picture. We’re calling on people to donate their pictures and videos in the form of ‘memories’ to show support for those that can’t access their own.
To donate, simply be a Lobster Contributor and then tag the images you’d like to donate to the campaign with #MemoryDonation. Our tech will do the rest!

All proceeds raised by the purchase of your images and videos will go directly to Alzheimer’s Associations around the world.

To check which images you’ve donated, log on to your profile and view your content. Anything marked with the logo below has been donated to the campaign! You can change this at any time.

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Join us by making a #MemoryDonation today.

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Help us grow this important campaign by sharing it on your social networks and tagging us and the #MemoryDonation tag!

See the 5,000+ images and videos that have already been donated now by heading to our #MemoryDonation page!

Header image: Donated by Bulat Kinzyagulov

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