Epstein Alzheimer’s Challenge

The Epstein Alzheimer’s Challenge

1 + 1 = 3: For every dollar you give, the Epstein family gives two.


“The fact is that there are no viable treatments for this condition, so we are very pleased to serve as a catalyst in moving Alzheimer’s research ahead and hopefully achieving something noteworthy in the not-too-distant future.”

— USC Trustee Daniel J. Epstein ’62


Alzheimer’s disease is emotionally, mentally, and physically devastating—for patients and their loved ones. It also is the nation’s sixth-leading killer—and the only one in the top 10 that cannot yet be prevented, cured, or even slowed. But now, thanks to the USC Epstein Breakthrough Alzheimer’s Research Fund and a generous challenge gift from USC Trustee Daniel J. Epstein ’62 and the Epstein Family, Alzheimer’s patients and families everywhere have new hope. 


The Epstein Family invites you to join the fight to cure Alzheimer’s by making a gift to the USC Epstein Breakthrough Alzheimer’s Research Fund. As an incentive, through the Epstein Alzheimer’s Challenge, they will match your gift two to one to triple the difference you are making.


Today, across USC, hundreds of researchers, innovators, and clinicians are working resolutely to defeat Alzheimer’s once and for all. By making a gift to the USC Epstein Breakthrough Alzheimer’s Research Fund, you will help these determined experts identify and explore innovative disease interventions, treatments, and cures for Alzheimer’s. The goal is to accelerate scientific discoveries so that they reach the people who need them more quickly. 


Make a gift today, and help us make Alzheimer’s a disease of the past.