A Limited-run Long-sleeved Promise Garden T-shirt Could Be Yours

Have you heard the exciting news? Walk to End Alzheimer’s® has a fresh new look, but at its heart is the same commitment from our Promise Garden — to honor, to remember and to fight to end Alzheimer’s.

For a very limited time, everyone in North Carolina to registers for Walk and raises and/or donates a total of $150 will earn a long-sleeved t-shirt featuring our new Walk to End Alzheimer’s logo and exclusive Promise Garden flower artwork. Eligible gifts must be made between February 1-15, 2023.

A few fundraising tips to get started:

  • Make a $25 self donation, & text 5 friends asking theming to donate $25.
  • Share the love: post your “Why I Walk” story on social media & link to your participant center!
  • Create a Facebook Fundraiser through your participant center & post to your feed!
  • Daily sponsor: ask a new individual each day of the 15 day challenge to be your $10 donor of the day!

Thank you for leading the way this season – we can’t wait to see you sport your new tee.

BONUS – Did you know that anyone who raises $100 or more will automatically be mailed the official 2023 Walk t-shirt once it’s available this fall? You can essentially earn both shirts through this challenge!

Walk on!

WE ALL HAVE A REASON TO FIGHT FOR A WORLD WITHOUT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE. Join your local Walk to End Alzheimer’s today as an individual, team, or sponsor.

The Alzheimer’s Association hosts 17 walks across North Carolina. The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Since 1989, the Alzheimer’s Association® mobilized millions of Americans in the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk®; now the Alzheimer’s Association is continuing to lead the way with Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s.

Alamance County9/30/2023
Guilford County10/7/2023
Henderson CountyTBD
Iredell County9/23/23
Moore County9/30/2023
Mount AiryTBD
New Bern10/21/2023
Unifour (formerly Hickory)10/28/2023
Triangle (Raleigh-Durham)10/7/2023

Alzheimer’s isn’t stopping and neither are we.

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