|* Memory Tree||* Donate Your Vehicle|
|* Become A Chapter Member||* Matching Gifts|
|* Give Through Your Employer||* Grocery Share Cards|
|* Community Health Charities|
|* Cards and Stationery||* Host a Party or Another Fun Event|
In the first floor elevator lobby of our office, we have a "Memory Tree" that contains metal leaves which can be purchased and engraved with a message from the donor. If you would like more information about this method of donation, please contact Jessica Abad Serpas for more information at 713.314.1343 or at email@example.com.
Are you thinking of selling or trading in that old car, boat or RV? Why not donate it instead? As a charitable contribution, your donated vehicle could make a big difference to our Chapter. We will make arrangements to conveniently and quickly pick-up your vehicle donation at no cost to you. Car Program, LLC, America's largest and most trusted car donation center, will handle the title transfer requirements and provide you with a tax deductible donation receipt at the time of pick-up. For more details please call Alexis Eaton at 713.314.1331. For more information about Car Program, LLC please visit this link.
The Alzheimer’s Association Houston and Southeast Texas Chapter is this community’s leading source of Alzheimer’s support and information. As an Alzheimer’s Association Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter Member you will receive:
- Bi-weekly e-newsletter with information about the latest advances in Alzheimer's research, care, and support;
- discounts on numerous educational events and programs;
- invitation to member only events
Becoming a chapter member is easy, just fill out this form and mail it in to:
2242 W. Holcombe Blvd.
Houston, TX 77030
or fax it to 713.314.1312.
Many organizations allow employees to make ongoing donations automatically from their paychecks to their favorite charitable organizations through employee giving programs. Check with your organization’s personnel office to find out if you can make your donations to the Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association through your employer.
Your gift to the Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association could be matched dollar for dollar by your company through matching gift programs. Check with your company’s personnel office to find out if your company will match your contribution to this Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Once you have determined that your organization matches donations made to our Chapter, obtain the appropriate form from your personnel/human resources office and send it with a copy of your gift receipt to:
2242 W. Holcombe Blvd.
Houston, TX 77030-2008
The Chapter’s Tax Identification Number (also known as Employee Identification Number or EIN) is 74-2198685.
If you have any questions about a Matching Gift you have made to our Chapter, please contact Chloe Rushing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most state and federal government employees may give to the Alzheimer’s Association through the Community Health Charities (CHC) campaign in their workplace, which is included in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC).
Many school districts and private corporation employees may also donate to the Chapter through the CHC campaign. If your workplace does not presently have a CHC campaign, please call Alexis Eaton at 713.314.1331 for more information.
Please support the Alzheimer’s Association through the Kroger Share Card or Randalls Good Neighbor Card.
Kroger “Neighbor to Neighbor” Donation Program links our organization to your Kroger Share Card. Present this letter to your Kroger store cashier the next time you go shopping. Every time you shop at Kroger and use your enrolled KrogerPlus Card, Kroger will contribute one percent (1%) of your eligible purchases to the Kroger Neighbor to Neighbor Donation fund.
The Randalls Good Neighbor Program links a charity code to your Randalls Card. Simply visit the Courtesy Booth at your nearest Randall’s, and ask the clerk to link your card to our code: 739. Then, just hand your Randalls card to the cashier each time you shop. The card is good for discounts, and 1% of your purchases will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association through the Randalls Good Neighbor Program.
The Alzheimer’s Association has many opportunities for members of the community to volunteer their time and talents. Whether you volunteer 4 hours a week or only once in a while, we need you. All volunteers should have good communication skills and be reliable and self motivated. We appreciate the positive effects volunteers have on our community.
Duties for volunteers at health fair and conferences include: Picking up materials from the Association, setting up a booth/table and disseminating information. Basic communication skills are required and you should be able to answer general informational questions about the Association and the disease. Volunteer orientation is also required. Volunteer orientations take place the third Tuesday of the month at the chapter office or by conference call.
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Get your friends, family and co-workers together for a good cause. Host a fundraising and awareness party to help fight Alzheimer's disease.
Make it a simple affair with wine and cheese, or go all out with a theme dinner party. Ask guests to make a donation instead of bringing a hostess gift. Leave a donation bucket at the door. To get started, contact Alexis Eaton at 713.314.1331 or at email@example.com.