Fundraise for the Alzheimer's Association
Want to do a little thing while making a BIG difference?
There are numerous ways to get involved with the Alzheimer’s Association. Below we have highlighted upcoming community events and fundraisers that benefit the Association.
Golfing for Memories
Join us Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at Arrowhead Golf Course for a Shotgun Start at 7:30 am. The price is $150 per player. The fee includes golf, breakfast, lunch, prizes, and fun! For more information or sponsorship opportunities please contact Bob Purchase at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeff Stumpf at email@example.com
Walk To End Alzheimer's Fundraising
Throughout our communities individuals are hosting events to fundraise for their Walk to End Alzheimer's teams. Proceeds from these third party events will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. Previous third party events have included garage sales, wine tastings, a car wash, Wiffle Ball Tournaments, bake sales, silent auctions, etc.
You can also make a donation to a Walk to End Alzheimer's participant
Do It Yourself Fundraisers
Do you enjoy planning events for family, friends and coworkers? Have fun and do good by turning your next event into a DIY event fundraiser. Click here for the DIY Fundraiser guidelines and application. There are many ways to raise money in support of the Alzheimer's Association. Use one of the ideas below, visit our A to Z Fundraising Guide, or create a unique event of your own. Be sure to share your success story with us!
This portrait of Santa Claus was painted by Elsie Jordan at an Alzheimer’s Association Memories in the Making art program. Elsie simply wrote “San” on the back as she could not remember her subject’s name. These holiday cards are in loving memory of Elsie and John Jordan, both of whom succumbed to Alzheimer’s disease in recent years. These holiday cards are available by the dozen for a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Limited Edition Holiday Memory Tree
Each year, Matt Bliss creates Memory Trees in honor of his grandfather, Lawrence “Bud” Stoeker, who passed from Alzheimer’s disease. Bud spent the majority of his professional life building A-frame houses across the Rocky Mountains. One year for Christmas, when money was tight, he “created” the family Christmas tree and thus the Memory Tree was born. The price is $850, of which $350 will be donated to the Association. Visit ModernChristmasTrees.com for more information.