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.
e Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® will be different this year. Although communities can’t join together for a large in-person event due to the pandemic, we encourage you to still walk in your neighborhoods. We encourage you to join the world’s largest fundraiser to fight the disease, which, this year, will take place everywhere.
It’s important to clearly communicate to your team and those that will join you that Walk is not taking a year off or going completely virtual. While some of the Walk-day experience will be held online, we will not say that Walk is virtual this year, as it suggests we are not walking everywhere in our communities.
To assist you in understanding these changes, we’ve compiled new messaging developed specifically for this year’s event.
2020 event description
This year, the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is everywhere — on every sidewalk, trail and track. And although the world may look a little different right now, one thing hasn’t changed: our commitment to the fight against Alzheimer’s.
Your health and safety are our top priorities. Walk to End Alzheimer's won't be a large in-person gathering this year — instead, we invite you to walk in your neighborhood in small teams* of friends and family while others in your community do the same. Because we’re all walking and fundraising for the same thing: a world without Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.
*All participants should follow CDC guidelines and local health recommendations when deciding to walk with those outside of their household.
Thank you for your support in raising awareness for the need to find a CURE for Alzheimer's!!
THERE IS HOPE!
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