The AIM corporate program builds strategic and mutually beneficial networks across varied industry sectors that have an interest in Alzheimer’s disease. AIM engages with corporate partners on projects in areas such as advocate training, health economics, legal issues surrounding a diagnosis and public opinion polling. Memberships are offered at the Champion, Sustainer and Friend levels. Each level is designed to accommodate company budgets and strategic objectives by providing key, high-value benefits and assets.
CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP LEVELS
Champion – $50,000
Sustainer – $25,000
FEATURED MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
Quarterly Legislative and Policy Briefing Conference Calls and Webinars
These legislative and policy calls will provide corporate partners with an update on the federal legislative and policy environment affecting the Alzheimer’s community. Topics include current and expected federal legislation, including any updates on or activities planned by the Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer’s Disease; NAPA updates; agency activity including regulatory and policy changes from FDA, CMA and HHS broadly, as well as updates on NIH initiatives.
AIM Annual Meeting
AIM Washington, D.C. staff hosts an annual meeting to conduct a thorough review of the Association's and AIM's policy agenda, provide reaction to the corporate partner’s agenda, share views on the legislative, policy and regulatory landscape affecting the Alzheimer’s community, and provide expertise from Alzheimer's Association leadership including the Medical and Scientific Affairs, Constituent Services and Marketing departments.
AIM Leadership Presentation and Company Visit
AIM Leadership visits a new corporate partner site to conduct a briefing on the state of Alzheimer's. The meeting, which can be held in a town hall-like setting, is intended for internal audiences such as sales force, research and development staff, or all employees. Prior to or immediately after the briefing, key AIM Leadership staff are available to meet privately with your company leadership. (Please note that it is the responsibility of the corporate partner to make all on-site preparations. AIM will provide travel expenditures.)
AIM Leadership Networking Events
AIM hosts networking events in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum in Washington, D.C., and on occasion, at other events throughout the year. These events are an excellent opportunity to build relationships with influential Alzheimer’s advocates, as well as political, business and philanthropic leaders.