Many caregivers experience isolation from their community as they do not have people around them who understand what it means to care for a loved one with dementia. Thus a dementia friendly neighborhood aims to alleviate the caregiver burden by making the neighborhood work for people with dementia so they are not afraid to step out of the house and engage with their community. There is currently research being done in the UK with research projects being funded by the government who has spent 20 million pounds. There are numerous dementia nonprofits across the globe for example the Alzheimer's Association and the Dementia Alliance International. In the United States of America alone there are 80 chapters of the Alzheimer's Association. Thus my idea is to build a network of these dementia nonprofits globally and encourage them to start work/ fundraise for a dementia friendly neighborhood in their local vicinities. The chapters could be incentivised with grant money or even start a grant that would donate money to a local chapter that had the best idea in place on how to implement the guidelines to create a dementia friendly neighborhood. A network would also allow for ideas to be exchanged and for these nonprofits to constantly receive newsletters about developments in the area of dementia friendly neighborhoods. If local nonprofits feel supported they can implement these changes in their neighborhoods which would in turn help alleviate the burden of caregivers in the community.