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For more information on the Walk to End Alzheimer's in your area please contact your local Regional Office.
The Walk to End Alzheimer'sTM is the Desert Southwest Chapter's largest event to raise awareness and funds for our local programs and services and national research.

There are currently over 126,000 individuals with Alzheimer's, and over 400,000 people providing care for someone with Alzheimer's, in Arizona and Nevada. Offer your employees the opportunity to Walk for and be involved in a cause that has a personal impact in the communities in which they work and live.



Team Building
The Walk to End Alzheimer's is the perfect team-building opportunity for you and your staff! Here are some ideas to help you get people involved:

1  Invite your coworkers to sign up. Here are 10 Tips for Recruiting Coworkers
2 Recruit team captains from different departments and set up multiple teams within your company - see who can recruit the most team members or raise the most money.
3  Educate others about the Walk. Here are talking points if you need a little help.


Company Team Rewards
Company teams are a vital part of our Walks. We want to show our support and reward those that have employees teams.

Companies that have 50 or more Walkers registered online 2 weeks prior to the Walk get:

A dedicated registration table for your employee team Check-in name listed on Walk event map Opportunity to hang corporate banner at
check-in 


Sponsorship and Underwriting Opportunities
There are several sponsorship levels available as well as exclusive marketing opportunities for event underwriters. Information on sponsorship opportunities for the 2013 Walk to End Alzheimer's will be posted as it comes available.


 

Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.