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Forget Me Not Fund


Forget Me Not Fund


Forget Me Not Fund’s is a local non-profit dedicated to educating caregivers & loved ones on how to care for someone suffering from Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Who We Help:
All money raised by the fund stays LOCAL. The Forget Me Not Fund provides funding for Alzheimer’s initiatives in Brown, Marinette, Menominee Tribal Communities, Oconto, Oneida Nation, Stockbridge Munsee, and Shawano County.


Forget Me Not Fund

Honorable Donations

FMNF Caregiver Bags
Includes a handmade fidget blanket; children’s book titled, “My Grandma has Dementia”; two other books “Not So Lonely Journey” and “Dementia’s Unexpected Gifts”; ADRC resource directory; Dementia resource guide

Memory Cafés in Brown County & the Wolf River Region

Memory Cafés are a comfortable, social gathering that allow people experiencing memory loss and a loved one to connect, socialize, and build new support networks.

Dementia Friends
Dementia Friends is an information session led by a Dementia Friends Champion. The session includes education on the basics of dementia, activities that help people understand what it might be like to live with dementia, and tips on how to better communicate with someone with dementia.

Teepa Snow Library at Shawano County Human Services
Caregivers and all agencies who work with individuals with dementia to check out DVDs and books.

Barkhausen Sensory Trail in Suamico
Barkhausen is home to the first-of-its-kind Sensory Woods which connects people with all abilities to the sensations of nature.

Screening of Documentary “Determined” at The Weidner
DETERMINED as seen on PBS: NOVA, follows three women enrolled in a groundbreaking study to try to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. The community screening included a panel discussion Q&A post film.

Forget Me Not Sensory Garden at Kuckuk Park in Shawano
A path where those with sensory processing issues feel safe exploring their senses without feeling overwhelmed by them. This gentle stimulation of the senses occurs courtesy of plants and musical features.

Yesteryear Village
An innovative approach to caring for people with memory loss. Yesteryear Village will simulate an environment modeled after the targeted participants’ younger years (18 – 30 years old). The concept emphasizes safety and a sense of purpose through reminiscence and interactive experiences. In doing so, it offers a more engaging, relaxing, and familiar space to spend the day.

“In The Garden” Play – Shawano/Oconto Falls Performances
The storyline highlights the raw experience of Arthur Monsetin’s and his three adult children who come together to decide a course of action for their beloved father who is struggling with Alzheimer’s disease. Long ingrained familial tensions come to the surface as Peter, Karen and Jamie wrestle with how best to treasure their father as they also come to terms with his limitations.


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Please send payment to:

Forget Me Not Fund, Inc.
445 Cardinal Lane Ste 102 
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54313

I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.

- Maya Angelou