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The Alzheimer's Association - Heart of America Chapter holds several community events designed to increase the awareness of Alzheimer's disease and raise funds to assist those who rely on Chapter services. You are invited and encouraged to participate in any of our special events. For further information, click on an event below, or read the paragraph at the bottom of this page about how you can create your own unique Do It Yourself (DIY) fundraiser!




Join the Unstoppable
Force of Change


Play on a Tom Watson
Signature Designed Golf Course!



ALZ Stars can choose ANY athletic event, ANYTIME and ANYWHERE! Pick the event that best suits you and fundraise for the Alzheimer's Association at the same time!
Learn More!



Women's Flag
Football Game


Do It Yourself Fundraisers
Each year, individuals and organizations such as civic groups, social clubs, restaurants and businesses raise thousands of dollars for the Heart of America chapter. These events are called Do it Yourself (DIY) fundraisers and they are a great way to demonstrate a commitment to the mission of the Alzheimer's Association. These fundraisers raise significant funds for the Chapter and involve the community in a very direct way to help promote awareness.
Learn more about hosting your own DIY fundraiser.



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