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Alz Together Now! - Young Professionals Committee Fall Mixer
September 10, 2014

Join the Alzheimer's Association California Southland Chapter's Young Professionals Committee as for an evening of fun under the stars! A free event, the committee's fall mixer will provide an opportunity for professionals to network and learn more about how the YPC contributes to the battle against Alzheimer's disease. The event will be held on the patio of the California Southland Chapter's headquarters and will include food, drinks, a photo booth and live music by Shanna Gilfix and T'Lark! 

Location: 4221 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90010

Time: 8:00PM - 10:00PM

To RSVP or for more info contact Daniela Sarmina 323.930.6217 or

*RSVP not required but recommended

*Free parking available on Level B


Run to End Alzheimer’s! LA Marathon 2015
March 15, 2015

Open Registration Oct 1, 2015


The Alzheimer’s Association California Southland Chapter has been chosen as an Official Charity Partner of the 2015 ASICS LA Marathon and 5K! Known around the world for its “Stadium to the Sea” route, the LA Marathon will be celebrating its 30th edition onMarch 15, 2015. As a participating charity the California Southland Chapter will build a team of participants who will train to run 26.2 miles or 3.2 miles and fundraise in honor of those whose lives have been affected by AD. This is the second year the association has been selected out of many applicants.  Our 2014 team, led by Coach Maggie Espada-Hernandez, was made up of 29 runners who raised over $20,000 for Alzheimer’s research, care and support! We know 2015 will be an even bigger and better year!


Interested in being a part of Run to End Alzheimer’s? Contact Daniela Sarmina for more information or 323-930-6217 for more information. 


Let's Table Alzheimer's
July 1 -September 1, 2014
Join Belmont Village in the fight against Alzheimer’s this summer. A donation of $20 will earn a chance to win the elegant table setting for four displayed on their Table of Hope at participating locations. Proceeds benefit our chapter to fund research and programs benefiting individuals and families who are struggling with this devastating disease.

All bids/donations must be submitted in person by visiting a community now through the month of August.

For more information call a Belmont Village Senior Living near you!

Participating Belmont Village Senior Living locations:

(310) 475-7501

(323) 874-7711

(818) 972-2405

(818) 788-8870

Rancho Palos Verdes
(310) 377-9977



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 Daniela Sarmina to discuss your ideas. She can be reached at (323) 930-6217 or by email


Join or start a team today.

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