View Upcoming Fundraisers Thrown by Friends of the Chapter here.
April 24 (Wednesday) - 1st Annual Reason to Hope Fundraising Breakfast
This new event was an opportunity for community organizations and leaders to demonstrate their commitment to advancing Alzheimer's research and sustaining critical Association programs and services. The Reason to Hope event played a critical role in our ability to meet the growing demands of Alzheimer's. View our web page for more information.
This event allows you and your team to participate with ultimate flexibility. Select an activity and work together with your friends and family to map out a course. The Alzheimer's Association will help you plan, provide fundraising support and connect you to a virtual community of other participants. We'll also be cheering you on throughout The Longest Day! Your team doesn't even have to all be in the same state or perform the same activity! (One team member must be moving from sunrise to sunset. Example: Cindy walks for 2 hours in Virginia, Tom plays tennis for 2 hours in Maine, etc. or Cindy runs for two hours, Tom runs for the next two hours, etc.)
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February 1, 2014 - 17th Annual Bonnie Harrell Parrot Head Beach Ball
Wyndham Hotel & Resort, 5700 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach. Food, dancing, silent & live auctions, live music and more!
Event hosted by the Parrot Head Club of Tidewater to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
View 2013 Photos.
March 29, 2014 - YAAA's 4th Annual Black-Tie Bowling Event
AMF Chesapeake Lanes, 112 Medical Parkway E, Chesapeake. Food, music, dancing, bowling, silent auction and more!
This event is hosted in the Spring by the chapter’s YAAA! Group (Young Adults for Alzheimer’s Awareness). Ages 21 +. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for sponsorship information. View pictures from 2013 - Album 1, Album 2.
TBA - 5K Run to Remember
We need volunteers to plan and run this event! Contact us if you are interested. View pictures from 2011.
View information about the Walk to End Alzheimer's.