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Planning an event to benefit the Alzheimer's Association? 
Post it here!  Email details to alzsc@alz.org.


Benefiting the Charleston Walk to End Alzheimer's:
Horizon Bay Senior Living will host a Spring Fling Picnic and Car Show on Saturday, March 29, in support of Walk to End Alzheimer's!  Learn more.

 

3 ways to support the Alzheimer's Association through
the Cooper River Bridge Run!

Once again, the Alzheimer's Association is honored to be selected as a Charity Connection Partner of the Cooper River Bridge Run, coming up on April 5, 2014!  A world-class 10-k race that is held each year in Charleston, SC, the Bridge Run draws 40,000 runners each year, raising funds for 16 different charities in the process. 

There are 3 easy ways to support us through this great event!

1) Register to run!  

Select the Alzheimer's Association as your Charity Connection beneficiary!

2) Volunteer with us at the Bridge Run!

As a Charity Connection Partner, the Alzheimer's Association is tasked with engaging volunteers to work on the day of the event to keep things running smoothly.  Specifically, we need helping hands to support recycling efforts in Marion Square for the Bridge Run. We welcome families, student groups, churches, civic groups, and anyone who just wants to help! Volunteering at this event will count for 6 hours of community service.

Volunteers are asked to commit to working from 7:00-11:30 AM.  All volunteers will get a free Bridge Run t-shirt!  To volunteer, please fill out and submit this form

3) Purchase this year's "Run with Me" CD, featuring local musicians!

$3 from each purchase will benefit us when you select TEAM PERSEVERE at check-out!

For more information, contact Kim Almstedt at 843.571.2641 or kim.almstedt@alz.org.


 

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.