1. Register for your local Walk.
Sign up as a Team Captain, team member or individual.
2. Start fundraising and spread the word.
We'll provide tips and coaching every step of the way, including easy ways to raise funds online.
3. Join us on Walk day.
Take part in an interactive online experience, then walk in your community.
This year, we're bringing you new and exciting ways to experience the event.
Log in to Mainstage, the event's interactive online experience. Livestream the Opening and Promise Garden Ceremony.
Walk in your neighborhood, on any sidewalk, track or trail. Download the Walk to End Alzheimer's app to track your steps and receive messages of support along your route.
Visit the view-only planted Promise Garden. Learn More
Please follow CDC guidelines and recommendations from local health officials when deciding to walk with those outside of your household.
Each year, Walk participants tell us how much they enjoy meeting our sponsors and exhibitors at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. We’re proud to highlight our partners in the Exhibit Hall, and hope you enjoy learning more about them. Please join us in thanking our generous sponsors for walking alongside us in this fight and leading the way to a world without Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.
Does your team have an event coming up? Send your event flier to email@example.com with the subject line "Team Fundraiser for Webpage" for your flier to be featured on this page. Let's #EndAlz together!
Are you a Fred Meyer rewards card member? If so, you can register your rewards card to give back to the Snohomish County Walk to End Alzheimer’s! Login to https://www.fredmeyer.com and follow the instructions below to give back to the Snohomish County Walk!
This year, for Marta Street's Brookdale Alderwood team, she is hiring out Brooke to raise money to find a cure in HER life time. Brooke loves to visit new friends (social distance always observed) she will dance and even sing if you are lucky. Make a donation and get a personal visit!
The health and safety of our volunteers, staff and all of our constituents are the top priority as we continue to pursue our mission. Based on guidance from local public health agencies, the Washington State Chapter is implementing precautionary measures beginning Monday, March 9. Please read our full statement for more information: alzwa.org/covid19
Are you caring for someone with memory loss/dementia? We are here to listen with our new COVID Listen Line for those in Snohomish County.
Our community education programs are now online! Register today and learn from the comfort and safety of your own home. Each webinar is held live with time for Q&A! Learn more and register online at alzwa.org/education