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Sportscasters Against Alzheimer’s is back for 2023!
The Alzheimer’s Association Wisconsin Chapter is pleased to announce that Sportscasters Against Alzheimer’s is returning for the 3rd year. This initiative is part of the Alzheimer’s Association efforts to increase concern and awareness of the nation’s 6th leading cause of death.
In the sports-loving state of Wisconsin, sportscasters from across the state have signed on to help us reach new audiences and elevate awareness for a disease that impacts more than 120,000 Wisconsinites.
The team’s main goal has been to create awareness through the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Wisconsin, the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. For the first two years, Matt Lepay and Paul Braun, two of the most recognized voices in Wisconsin sports, lead the team. In 2023, Craig Coshun, sportscaster covering the Brewers and Bucks, has signed on as Honorary Chair for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s to help us increase awareness and raise funds.
Other sportscasters include Jeff Levering, Arron Sims, Stephanie Sutton, Bob Bradovich, Darrel Burnett, and Steve “The Homer” True, to name a few. Join the ranks of these celebrity sportscasters and sign up for your local walk today!


The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions.


Sign up for one of the 27 Walks held across Wisconsin!


Alzheimer's RivALZ® is a volunteer event driven by young women who bring the passion and spirit of community leaders together to support the Alzheimer’s Association. The event is an organized flag football game in which the two teams are committed to tackling Alzheimer's together. 

Games take place in Madison.


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