Help fight Alzheimer’s Disease for the chance to win a special screening of ‘Neighbors’ with Seth Rogen


Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity (HFC), a non-profit that aims to raise awareness and funding for Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia, is giving college groups the chance to throw their own HFC events and win a screening of Neighbors with Seth on campus!

The University that raises the most money for HFC through April 11, 2014 will win a special advance screening and Q&A of Universal Pictures’ new movie Neighbors, as well as a personal meet and greet with Seth Rogen for their group.

Find out exactly how your school can get started and have a chance to meet Seth Rogen at


  1. In December of 2001 , My father was diagnosed of Alzheimer’s disease. We saw it coming where as his first symptoms were in Late-2000. By April of 2006 he got Bad , In 2008 he got to the point where my mom or family members couldn’t take care of him so we had to put him in a Home. By Early 2010 , He had no idea who we were his sons , Grandchildren, Even my mom (His wife) He only knew who his best friend ‘Stanley’ was (Friends for 85 years)
    It was extremely heart-Breaking and very saddening the one who raised me had no idea who i was nor my mom who he was married to since 1945 (65 years at that time) he was heading downhill very fast , Faster than usual the doctors said. Unfortunately On January 11,2011 he passed away he was 93 years old.
    Alzheimer’s isn’t only disease but its one where memories are forgotten from your loved one. Where as times your closest role model doesn’t even know who u are.


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