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PLEASE JOIN US for an evening celebrating creative expressions of life, love, and emotion ~ showcasing original artwork by individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia  and several celebrity additions.

Gallery Exhibition & Sale
Light Hors d’Oeuvres | Wine

Samuel Freeman Art Gallery
2639 South La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034

Thursday, May 7, 2015
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

RSVP: Dawn Davis
323.930.6280 | dadavis@alz.org

For more information about Memories in the Making program, visit our MiM page

Art by Jonathan B., "Exhilaration"




2nd Annual "Golf to End Alzheimer's" Charity Golf Tournament
Monday, June 29, 2015 • Braemar Country Club, Tarzana

The 2nd Annual “Golf To End Alzheimer’s” Charity Golf Tournament will take place on Monday, June 29, 2015 at Braemar Country Club, in the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains of Tarzana Ca., with breathtaking views of the course and surrounding valley area.

The event will be an 18-hole “Scramble” tournament with a shotgun start at 11am, and will feature a continental breakfast and putting contest after registration prior to start of tournament, a BBQ lunch set-up in the middle of the golf course, and a full-course dinner with awards, auction and raffle prize ceremony following the tournament!!

The cost is $200 per player ($150 per player if you register by April 30th) which includes a golf cart and all meals - but come prepared to get in on additional prizes for contests during the game and auction items & raffle prizes after. And if you wish to come for the dinner & post tournament festivities only, the cost is $100/person

This is a very fun all-day event, and all proceeds go to The Alzheimer’s Association. And there are opportunities for “Corporate Sponsorship” –  getting your company/business  involved for the cause.

For more information, and to register to play, go to the tournament website: http://www.golftoendalzheimers.org or contact Dan Anderson at mailto: dan@golftoendalzheimers.org

We look forward to seeing you there !

 


2015 Blondes vs Brunettes, Los Angeles 
May 30, 2015 • Fairfax High School

1PM Doors Open • 2PM Kickoff

 

Start with an age-old rivalry, throw in a football field and a worthy cause, and you’ve got Blondes vs Brunettes (BvB), a flag football game played and coached by some of L.A.’s most talented individuals  …all coming together to Tackle Alzheimer’s disease!

 

Produced by the Alzheimer’s Association California Southland Chapter’s Young Professionals  Committee, this innovative event increases awareness of Alzheimer’s disease while also raising funds for  care, support and research.

 

Play

Join Team Blonde or Team Brunette and prepare to go head to head against Alzheimer’s disease.  Are you a redhead? Or a brunette who wants to channel your inner blonde? Choose your allegiance!  Regardless of your hair color, in the end we are all Team #ENDALZ! Click here to play!

 

Coach

Are you a born leader with experience on the football field? Share your expertise with Team Blonde or Team Brunette! Contact dsarmina@alz.org for more information.

 

Cheer

Become a #1 Fan! Promote our campaign and help Team #ENDALZ reach our fundraising goal. Click here to cheer!

 

Join us on game day!

Get tickets by donating $5 to a team, player, coach or #1 Fan. To donate visit http://act.alz.org/laFor more info about BvB or the Young Professionals Committee please contact Daniela Sarmina at dsarmina@alz.org or (323) 930-6217

 


Third Party Fundraising Events

Get Creative! 
Hold Your Own Event to Support the Alzheimer’s Association

You can have a great time and raise money too. Help us bring hope and practical support to families throughout our region by holding your own event to support the California Southland Chapter.
 

We encourage you to contact Daniel Wherley to discuss your ideas. He can be reached at (323) 930-6244 or by email at: dwherley@alz.org.


 

Alzheimer's Association

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