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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 support to families throughout our region by holding your own event to support the Cleveland Area Chapter.
We encourage you to contact Melissa Shelton to discuss your ideas (216.342.5567; mailto:mzshelton@alz.org).  
Click here to download an informational flyer

Click here to download an event assessment and frequently asked questions.


Healthy Habits for a Healthier You throughout the Month of June (Click Here for Dates and Locations)

Join us to learn about research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and social engagement, and use hands-on tools to help you incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging.

Following each presentation, a representative will discuss the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and answer your questions about forming a team,fundraising and what to expect on walk day. Free fundraising materials will be available!


Reason to Hope is a fast-paced, one-hour event which will provide guests the opportunity to learn more about the Alzheimer’s Association and our efforts to support local families as well as advance research. Guests will hear powerful first-hand accounts from individuals using our free services that demonstrate the impact our programs have on families in our community. At the end of the breakfast, attendees will be asked to support the Association by making a financial contribution. Please join us for this event, which will leave you with a lasting impression of the vital work we do on behalf of those we serve. More information is available in our Reason to Hope FAQ.

Reason to Hope - East
Thursday, June 16 9 am - 10 am
NOAH'S Event Venue, Mentor
For more information, please contact Seana Dailey at smdailey@alz.org or 216.342.5566.
Click HERE for a printable flyer

The Young Professionals Group of the Alzheimer's Association Cleveland Area Chapter is excited to host the 5th annual Blondes vs. Brunettes fundraising event!  Blondes will battle Brunettes in a competitive flag football game on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at St. Ignatius High School’s Wasmer Field.

Since the inaugural game four years ago, Blondes vs. Brunettes Cleveland (BvBCLE) has raised more than $176,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association! Visit us online at bvbcle.org.

The BvBCLE planning committee meets monthly and team practices begin in the spring.  For more info and to get involved, contact Melissa Shelton at mzshelton@alz.org or 216.342.5567.
The Young ProfessionALZ (YPalz) group offers a full range of opportunities for Clevelanders in their 20s, 30s and early 40s to make a difference. Opportunities include Advocacy & Government Affairs, Education & Community Outreach, Fundraising/Events, and Marketing & Membership.

For more information, please contact Marcy Seidel, Volunteer Coordinator, at mseidel@alz.org or 216.342.5596.


Held on the summer solstice each year, The Longest Day calls on participants to raise funds and awareness to advance the efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association by coming together to honor the strength, passion and endurance of those facing dementia with a day of activity. For more information, to join a team or start your own team click here.


Check out these upcoming events hosted by our friends in the community:

The Rock Pile, Avon
Fundraising that Rocks is a wonderfully simple year-round program that donates back to local organizations. When customers mention the Alzheimer's Association at the time of purchase, The Rock Pile donates 5% of their total to their organization of choice! It's that simple. Visit http://www.therockpile.com/



Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.