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December 11, 2013 – Newsletter
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Best Wishes for a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season.
We know you have a choice of charities, and we greatly appreciate that you've chosen us. We hope that you will continue to support our world renowned research efforts.
Furthermore, we would also like to announce that we have received the highest 4-star rating for the third consecutive year from Charity Navigator’s, the nation’s premier charity evaluator. Which makes it the eighth time in twelve years.
For federal tax purposes your entire donation is tax-deductible. This year's tax season ends December 31, 2013. Our tax ID number is 13-3859563.
- From all of us at the Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation.
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