Alzheimer’s Association to Host Signature Events Expo Virtually on March 28

The Alzheimer’s Association will be hosting a virtual expo for the public to learn more about its two signature fundraising events to support the organization’s mission.

The 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s and The Longest Day Expo will take place virtually on Saturday, March 28 from 10:00 – 10:30 AM.

The health and safety of our constituents, volunteers and staff remain our driver as we address the COVID-19 outbreak and as we continue to pursue our mission, today and in the longer term.

Based on the guidance from local public health agencies, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s / The Longest Day Expos originally planned in Asheville and Wilmington will be delivered through a virtual option. See the details below. We look forward to connecting with you.

EXPO GOES VIRTUAL

Regardless if you were planning to attend of not, we invite you to our Virtual Expo. First, join us on Saturday, March 28 for a 30 minute video presentation. Just like the in-person Expo we had planned, hear from Walk to End Alzheimer’s Team captains and The Longest Day Fundraising Leaders on how they’ve reached their goals.

Come prepared to…

  • hear fundraising ideas and get new tips
  • get equipped with valuable resources for your fight to end Alzheimer’s

Registrants will be sent conferencing details prior to the date of the Virtual Expo.

Attendees will have a chance to hear from top team captains, get equipped with valuable resources and materials, and network with other supporters from their area. This event is also a great opportunity for those unfamiliar with the Alzheimer’s Association to learn more.

To RSVP:

For questions or more information, email hwlitaker@alz.org.

“We encourage local residents in North Carolina to join us in making The Longest Day and Walk seasons our biggest yet,” said Katherine Lambert, CEO of the Western Carolina Chapter. “Our expo is a great opportunity to learn about these signature fundraisers and how to get involved in the fight to end Alzheimer’s.”

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