ALZ Stars is a unique way to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association care, support and research efforts while accomplishing incredible fitness goals! Participants can range from seasoned athletes to novice runners looking to get in shape. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s!
Your commitment to train for a half marathon while fundraising for the Alzheimer’s Association makes you the real star! ALZ Stars who meet their fundraising goal will receive:
- Entrance fees waived to your half marathon event
- Training with an experienced running coach
- Access to exclusive Bay Area boot camps
- A personalized online fundraising webpage, guidance, and online tools to help you meet your fundraising goal
- Training shirt
- Pre-race pasta dinner
- An inspiring set of runners who will push you to achieve your physical and fundraising goals!
2013 Alz Stars Events
WIPRO San Francisco Marathon
June 16, 2013
For more information please go to http://act.alz.org/SFALZStars2013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you run, bike, hike or climb a mountain, ALZ Stars is something you can do to help end Alzheimer's disease. Get out of your comfort zone and test your limits for a cause that needs your support! When you sign up to be an ALZ Star, you pledge to raise funds and awareness in the fight against Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's Association Blondes vs. Brunettes is a volunteer event driven by young women that brings the passion and spirit of young community leaders together to support the Alzheimer’s Association. The event is an organized flag football game in which the two participating teams are divided based on the age-old rivalry between blondes and brunettes (Note: Redheads are “free agents,” permitted to play for the team of their choice). Coaches, announcers, cheerleaders, and other volunteers are also key roles of the BvB game. Funds raised at Blondes vs. Brunettes events benefit the care, support, advocacy and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. Game day is August 24th at Boxer Stadium in San Francisco with practices beginning in March.
For more information view the event website at http://act.alz.org/BvBSF