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Wall of Hope, Naming Opportunity
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The Alzheimer's Association® National Capital Area Chapter is pleased to present the Wall of Hope located in our Fairfax office. It provides a truly elegant way of honoring individuals and companies engaged in the fight against Alzheimer's.

The Wall of Hope represents a breathtaking welcome into the Chapter office space while offering Alzheimer's families and our community sponsors a chance to honor and remember loved ones.

There are three plaque sizes:

5" x 2" wood "brick" $250


5" x 3.5" glass plate $375


 

5" x 5" glass plate $500


In addition to the Wall of Hope, another beautiful tribute opportunity at the Fairfax office includes a naming plaque - inscribed with your personal message - and having it placed outside your choice of office/room. These plaques may be from individuals honoring a loved one or from organizations that support the Alzheimer's Association's vision of a world without Alzheimer's. These plaques are being offered at $2,000 and up.

The Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter takes special care with such gifts.

Whether you choose to purchase a plaque for the Wall of Hope or you choose a naming plaque, the donor is thanked and, where applicable, the person being honored is told about the gift and who made it. Dollar amounts are not revealed; only the sentiment. For gifts that memorialized the deceased, the family is notified.

By making such a gift you are not only memorializing or honoring those who deserve recognition, you are investing in a valuable community resource - the Alzheimer's Association - providing critically needed services such as the 24-hour, 7-day a week Helpline 800.272.3900 among many other services. (Click here for more information.)

If you have any questions, contact Elliott Gaskins at egaskins@alz.org or at 703.766.9024.


 

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