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Reason to Hope is an inspirational fundraising event that leaves
with a lasting impression of the crucial work of the Alzheimer's Association
and increases public awareness of the disease.

Please join us a
t any of the 2015 Reason to Hope Luncheons.
RSVP to Katie Hood at 727-259-2316 or email

At the conclusion of the hour-long event, attendees will be invited to take part in our mission by making a financial
contribution in support of the Alzheimer’s Association. These gifts will help us continue to provide, free of charge,
our family service and education programs, as well as contribute toward research funding.

Become a Table Captain
If you are interested in becoming a table captain or would like to attend,
contact Katie Hood at 727-259-2316 or

Our Sponsors
Sponsors have a unique opportunity to impact the success of the event while displaying commitment
to the local community. For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact
Katie Hood at 727-259-2316 or


Check back for dates and locations for 2016 Reason to Hope Luncheons








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