Walk to End Alzheimer’s is our national signature event and brings together family, friends, caregivers and concerned community members — all who want to make a difference. Teams of walkers and individuals raise funds through emails, personal asks and events. Event information and registration can
be found at www.alz.org/centralohio.
Saturday, October 11th, 2014
Twenty six years ago, following the death of his mother from Alzheimer’s, David Robinson rode across our country—from Miami to Seattle—raising funds, awareness, and hope in the fight against the disease. This year, we’re riding again and ask you to support our mission—A World Without Alzheimer’s—by taking part in the Ride for Reason 26th Anniversary event in Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday, October 11th, 2014 (departure is 8:30 a.m.). All proceeds will benefit the Central Ohio Alzheimer’s Association.
The finish line means something different for everyone, but for ALZ Stars participants, crossing that line means having moved one step closer to a world without Alzheimer's disease.
Sign up to run or walk the Columbus Marathon or Half Marathon on Sunday, October 20 and raise money for the Alzheimer's Association in the process.
November 7, 2014. The annual Gala has been a signature event for the Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter for more than 20 years. Bringing together business and community leaders, healthcare professionals, and clients of the Association, the gala celebrates the year’s successes and raises funds and awareness for the Chapter’s programs and services.
|Blondes vs. Brunettes is a flag football game in which Columbus’ most prominent young leaders come together to raise money and awareness in support of the programs and services of the Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter. The gridiron competition is divided based on the age-old rivalry of Blondes vs. Brunettes.||
Third Party Events are fundraisers organized by individuals who want to connect others to the cause. Ideas include home parties, golf outings, garage sales, and auctions. The Alzheimer’s Association has supporting materials and web resources to help. Contact Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For more information contact: Jennifer Monroe-Sega at (614) 457-6003 or email@example.com.