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Attend one or more of our special fundraising events!

The Alzheimer's Association plans several special fundraising events each year. Below you will find a listing and brief description of upcoming special events. Please click on an event title in the navigation bar to the left for more details regarding a specific event.

ALZStars: Run or walk the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini Marathon on May 2, 2015 with the best incentive to cross the finish line. When you join ALZStars, you're racing and raising money for the millions of Americans who are affected by Alzheimer's disease.

Blondes vs. Brunettes: A powder-puff football game held in the Summer, this event pits two teams of 30 against each other to reflect the age old rivalry between blondes and brunettes for a day of fun, philanthropy and friendly competition.

The Memory Cup: What better way to raise money for Alzheimer's research than a full day of golf, food, and friends?

Chocolate Sunday: Chocolate Sunday, held annually in November, features live and silent auctions, an engaging program, and, of course, chocolate. The funds raised at this event help underwrite the Association’s programs, services, and research efforts.

Third Party Fundraisers: To learn more about upcoming third party fundraisers supporting the Alzheimer's Association Greater Indiana Chapter or to find out how to organize a Third Party Fundraiser of your own to benefit the Alzheimer's Association, call 800.272.3900.

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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.