Walk Plans Already Up and Running

On behalf of all those we serve, we can’t thank you enough, North Carolina, for your support of Walk to End Alzheimer’s in 2021. Together, we raised over $2.4 million for Alzheimer’s research care and support. The most ever collectively raised across the state! Now with 2021 successfully in the books, we are wasting no […]

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Grandson Continues a Legacy of Involvement

From one to five years old, Raleigh resident Tedrick Kelly spent his days with his grandmother, Francine Johnson, as his parents worked. Active in her church, Johnson would take Kelly along as she volunteered visiting the sick in her congregation and helping the community. The rest of their days would be filled with wonderful memories […]

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Local Companies and Community Leaders Invited to Learn More About Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Triangle

Engaging our entire community is the key to our success with Walk to End Alzheimer’s. We need corporate and community leaders like YOU to be a part of it! We invite you to join us for a special virtual event, Companies that Care – Moving the ALZ Mission Forward, and our 2021 community kickoff supporting the Walk to End Alzheimer’s- […]

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Walk to End Alzheimer’s Season Kicks Off With A Party

Interested in volunteer opportunities in the Triangle area? Consider joining our Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Triangle Planning Committee! Learn more about how best to utilize your skills with sponsorship, team recruitment, team retention, logistics, & marketing by joining us for our virtual Triangle Volunteer Kickoff party. Wednesday, February 175:30- 6:30 PMRSVP: http://bit.ly/TriangleRSVPZoom and phone details for meeting will be […]

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Two Walk to End Alzheimer’s Events in N.C. Ranked Among Top 30 Walks Nationwide

The Alzheimer’s Association has announced that two walks in North Carolina have ranked among the top 30 walk events nationwide. The 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s® – Charlotte has been ranked No. 17 and the 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s® – Triangle (Raleigh-Durham) has been ranked No. 29. Despite the fundraising hurdles that befell most nonprofits this […]

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