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2016 Walk to End Alzheimer's

        

    Registration is now open for five Walks across Western New York!

Each Walk includes basket and 50/50 raffles,
refreshments before and after the approximately 2-mile stroll,
opportunities to learn more about Chapter resources,
Advocacy and Research, and tons of family-friendly fun!

We're walking in September and October:

9-10: Cattaraugus County - Olean
Good Times of Olean
Route:


9-17: Erie County - Buffalo
Delaware Park behind the Buffalo Zoo,
with FREE Zoo admission for all registered participants after the Walk!
Walk proceeds around the park on Ring Road.
Staging area:


9-24: Genesee County - Batavia
Start and end at the Genesee County Nursing Home
Route:

 


10-1: Chautauqua County - Dunkirk
Point Gratiot Park off Route 5
Route:

 


10-15: Niagara County - Lewiston
Start and end at Artpark
Route:


10-22: Wyoming County - Warsaw
Start and end in Village Park
Route:

 

To see what Walk is all about, be sure to watch the video at the bottom of this page!
To register for any or all sites, click HERE.

We are grateful for the support of these companies:

PLATINUM SPONSORS

             

          

 

         PRESENTING SPONSOR          

 

Elite Sponsors

                     

         

 

Premier Sponsors

         

 

Intermediate Sponsors

ABSOLUT CARE
CUTCO
BRISTOL VILLAGE 
DRESSER-RAND
EDEN HEIGHTS of OLEAN
FREDONIA PLACE
   OLEAN GENERAL HOSPITAL      
 HOMEWATCH CAREGIVERS  
HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE 
The McGUIRE GROUP'S HARRIS HILL & NORTHGATE FACILITIES
   RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL 
NEWFANE REHABILITATION and HEALTHCARE CENTER 
CHAUTAUQUA NURSING & REHAB CENTER
RICH PRODUCTS
WINDSONG RADIOLOGY GROUP
ECMC   


The Longest Day

 


We've set aside the longest day of the year in June of to honor the strength of
all those facing Alzheimer's with a fundraising and awareness event
you can organize with friends and families,
but you can plan your even for ANY DAY in June
(which is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness month!).
You are encouraged to do something you love--gardening, walking, reading,
cooking, biking, hiking, etc--to honor someone you love!
You can organize your event like a relay and 'hand off' the challenge very hour, or
every few hours, or however you want to handle it.  
  To learn more, CLICK HERE!  


         Blondes vs. Brunettes - Tackling Alzheimer's      


Young professional women from our community hit the turf for a flag football game that
aims to raise funds and awareness of Alzheimer's disease and the
Alzheimer's Association WNY Chapter.
There are so many ways to get involved with BvB and their event -
volunteer, play, coach, cheer from the sidelines!

GAME DAY - August 28

Even if you can't attend the game,
you can still support these amazing women by making an on-line donation to the BvB Program at:
BvBBuffalo.com or
follow the teams on Facebook - www.facebook.com/BvBBuffalo.


Annual Meeting

 
Every November, Chapter staff welcome the public to our Annual Meeting.
We thank retiring board members for their service,
recognize those continuing to serve,
and welcome new board members.
It's also an opportunity to celebrate outstanding volunteers and supporters
who've made an impact on our mission.

Read our Annual Report:

2013                            2014                              2015


Want to learn more?

You can learn more about our mission, our programs and services, our events, how to become a supporter/volunteer/advocate and how to help us END ALZHEIMER'S by calling 1.800.272.3900. Our Helpline is staffed 24/7 every single day of the year.



 

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Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.