Schedule an Appointment | 702.483.6000

Ways to Give

As a leading research facility and renowned patient care center, Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health is uniquely positioned to reach neurological innovations that can lead to a cure.

Support Our Mission

Help us make brain disease a distant memory. Your support will help us continue towards a cure.

     Donate Now

Make a Difference Today, and for the Future.

Every level of support is valued by our doctors, patients and caregivers.

Ways to Give

Fundraise / Friendraise

Whether you’re interested in organizing an event or joining a current initiative, there’s a way you can join Keep Memory Alive’s fundraising team.

Ways to Give

Donor Recognition

Collaborate with us to create a lasting tribute by becoming part of Frank Gehry’s iconic building dedicated to keeping memory alive. Claim your place on our honor wall or sponsor a key location in our facility.

Ways to Give

“When a diagnosis like Alzheimer’s happens to you, you’re grasping for everything that can help,”

-- research participant Vicki Buckovick


Ways to Give

Give the Gift of Giving

Perfect for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries or any holiday, gifting a donation to Keep Memory Alive in honor of your loved one’s special day is super easy and you can even send a special e-card to announce your gift.

Ways to Give

A Penny for Your Thoughts®

Get your community involved. Every penny counts toward keeping memory alive.

Ways to Give

Community Partners & Promotions

Funds raised from sales from our collaborative partners benefit Keep Memory Alive. Learn more about our current promotions.

Ways to Give

Enjoy the rest of Reene’s song in a "graphic narrative" format.

“Even after she no longer remembered my name, it felt like music therapy brought Reene back.”

Ways to Give

Planned Giving

Plan for the future of others by donating charitable gifts, either now or in the future, through our planned giving program.

Ways to Give


Our volunteers are one of the cornerstones of our institution. Become a volunteer if you’re committed to making a positive difference in the lives of others.