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Third-Party Fundraisers

Many local organizations, businesses, community groups, and individuals enjoy sponsoring functions where the proceeds or donations benefit the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati. Examples of third-party fundraisers include:

  • A birthday, wedding or anniversary celebration where the honorees ask their guests to make contributions
  • Holiday, Super Bowl or Kentucky Derby parties where guests bring donations
  • A luncheon or casual dress day hosted by a company or one of its departments
  • An historic homes tour sponsored by a civic organization

If you have questions about sponsoring a fundraising event or the guidelines for using the Alzheimer's Association name or logo, please contact the Greater Cincinnati Chapter at (513) 721-4284 prior to your event. Thank you for considering the Alzheimer’s Association as the beneficiary of the proceeds from your third-party fundraiser. We appreciate your support.

Fundraisers for Walk

Looking for other fun events such as golf outings, concerts, quarter auctions and dinners that support our Walk to End Alzheimer's?
Visit Walk to End Alzheimer's and check out the News and Announcements section under the Walk in your area.


Upcoming Events / Giving Opportunities

2017 Cherish the Memories Valentine's Dance - February 11

It's an event that promises a great time for a greater cause.

The 12th Annual Cherish the Memories Valentine's Dance returns to Receptions Conference Center in Erlanger, Ky. on Saturday, Feb. 11. The event, to be held from 7 p.m. to midnight, will feature an evening of dining, music, open bar, dancing, silent and live auctions as well as door prizes and raffles.

Tickets are $50 in advance. Make an even more romantic night of it by reserving a room at the Courtyard Marriott Cincinnati Airport Hotel. The Marriott is offering a special room rate that includes complimentary shuttle to and from the dance. Call (859) 817-5560 to reserve your room today.

To order tickets online, click here OR

Fill out reservation sheet (checks payable to Alzheimer's Association) and mail to:

Atria Summit Hills
2625 Legends Way
Crestview Hills, KY 41017
Att: Kate and Marnie

For details, contact Marnie at mnf927@yahoo.com.

Cincinnati International Wine Festival - March 2-4

Again this year, the Alzheimer's Association has been selected as a beneficiary of the Cincinnati International Wine Festival. The event, which will be held at various locations throughout the city March 2-4, will include individual wine tastings, dinners, auctions and luncheons.

For more information, or to make reservations, visit: www.winefestival.com. If you wish to volunteer for one of the events, contact Sarah Rieger at srieger@alz.org or (513) 721-4284.

Mimosas for Memories at Greenwich House Art Gallery - April 22

Enjoy a fun-filled brunch at the second-annual Mimosas for Memories at the Greenwich House Art Gallery in historic O'Bryonville on Saturday, April 22.

The brunch, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., will feature lite bites, live music, a silent auction, photo booth and mimosa bar. All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati. In addition, 10 percent of all art sales that day will be donated to the Alzheimer's Association.

Attendees must be 21 and older. Tickets are $26; $35 at the door.

To order tickets, visit: www.mimosasformemories.com. For additional details, contact mimosasformemories@gmail.com.

Recognizing Past Fundraising Successes

Schwalbach Runs Length of Ohio In Memory of Mother

Steve Schwalbach, who ran the state of Kentucky in a week last year in honor of his mother, Jackie, completed a 350-mile run from Cleveland to Cincinnati during the second annual "Jackie's Run." Mr. Schwalbach, pictured second from left, was accompanied by Walt Neubauer of Columbus and Joshua Strzala of Cleveland as the three ran the state of Ohio to raise awareness and funds in the fight against Alzheimer's disease May 22-30. Last year, Mr. Schwalbach, a resident of Fort Thomas, Ky., ran solo from Pine Knot to Newport from May 17-24, averaging a full marathon a day and raising more than $13,000 for the Alzheimer's Association. More details to come...

To learn more about the run or to donate in support of the event, visit: http://act.alz.org/2015JackiesRunOH

2015 'Cherish the Memories' Dance Creates $18,000 Valentine for Association

More than 300 guests enjoyed an evening of food, music and fun at the 10th Annual "Cherish the Memories" Valentine's Dance on Saturday, Feb. 14. The event, held at Receptions Conference Center in Erlanger, Ky. raised nearly $18,000 for the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati. Music was provided by Jesse Tack of WUBE-FM. Pictured above, from left, are event organizers Joe and Cris Suesz along with event supporters Ann Sparks and Jim Lusby. The event is conducted annually in tribute to Cris's father, Charles McQueen, who died from Alzheimer's disease 11 years ago.

2015 Sing for a Cause Raises Voices and $12,000 for Alzheimer's Association

"Sing for a Cause," a high school choir and orchestral concert featuring Taylor and Walnut Hills high schools, was again a resounding success. The concert, held at Walnut Hills High School on Saturday, March 21, raised nearly $12,000 for the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati.

Appalachian Mountain Artisans Festival Supports Alzheimer's Association

The 2013 Appalachian Mountain Artisans Festival in Winchester, Ohio, featured arts and crafts, live entertainment and food Oct. 11-13. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer's Association. For more details, visit: www.appalachianmountainartisansfest.com.


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