Walk to End Alzheimer's Walk to End Alzheimer's Event Home
testing alert

Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care, and research!

$91,232.51

We have raised

$385,000.00

Our Goal

Campaign Progress
of Goal
$91,232 Raised
$385,000.00
24% Achieved
Participant icon
578
Participants
Team icon
166
Teams

Event Details

Time:
Registration at 8am
Ceremony at 9am
Walk at 9:30am

Route Length: 3 Miles

Location:
Lake Eola Park
195 N Rosalind Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
Map it

Contact:
Kasia Castro
407-951-7992
kcastro@alz.org

More event info

Our Sponsors

view all ›
become a sponsor ›

Top Fundraisers

Teams
  1 -  Hannover Re - Orlando ($22,171.00)
  2 -  Bonelli-Hayes Family and Friends ($3,470.00)
  3 -  Peg's Pavement Pounders ($1,430.00)
  4 -  Purple Bees ($1,378.00)
  5 -  Altruists ($1,315.00)
view all ›
Participants
  1 -  Grand Champions Club . Charity Poker Tournament ($16,706.00)
  2 -  Grand Champions Club . Jeans Day ($4,884.00)
  3 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor Dawn Bluni ($2,795.00)
  4 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor Denise Lamwatt ($2,175.00)
  5 -  Grand Champions Club Self Donor John French ($1,330.00)
view all ›
Groups
  1 - Hannover Re ($22,171.00)
  2 - Gentry Park Orlando ($1,378.00)
  3 - Edward Jones ($1,155.00)
  4 - SRS Real Estate/Cypress Equities  ($650.00)
  5 - Camden Developement ($600.00)
view all ›

Event Fundraising

Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care, and research!

$91,232.51

We have raised

$385,000.00

Our Goal

Campaign Progress
of Goal
$91,232 Raised
$385,000.00
24% Achieved
Participant icon
578
Participants
Team icon
166
Teams

More Information About This Event

Event Information Champions Club Volunteering

News and Announcements

How does a “whisper” turn into a cure? How does a “stigma” become a treatment? Who will be our first survivor?

Our First Survivor will emerge when our neighborhoods; our schools; our government; our families; and our caregivers start beating the drum for change  – the reverberation of voices multiplied, “Enough. We’ve had enough”. Simply, we will not lose one more person to Alzheimer’s. Not one more loved spouse; sister; brother; child; parent; friend; and neighbor. The Alzheimer’s Association wants what every family facing Alzheimer’s wants - a survivor – a glimmer of hope. But, we won’t know any victory without challenging our awareness, and our actions as a collective community of hopefuls. Take a moment and create your TrialMatch® profile. Then, ask three people to create their own. Together, we can make room for our First Survivor

Thank you to our National Presenting Sponsor:

Edward Jones