Play Pickleball or Tennis to end Alzheimer's

Join The Longest Day® to outshine the darkness of Alzheimer’s. The funds you raise advance the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer's Association®.

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Do something you love — while helping to end Alzheimer's.

Whether you like to play pickleball or tennis, there are many ways to plan a fundraising activity on the court for The Longest Day:

  • Organize a tennis tournament of doubles or mixed doubles teams.
  • Reserve a pickleball court and set up a bracket of players from local leagues.
  • Teach a clinic for kids and families on serves, dinks, lobs, overheads and other ace shots.
  • Hold a silent auction and have people bid on donated paddles and racquets or lessons from a club pro.

...and more! Use your imagination and have fun. To raise funds, you can set a tournament entry fee, gather donations for each point or game won, or request donations for lessons — every dollar you raise benefits those affected by Alzheimer's disease.

Getting Started

It's easy to sign up and start organizing your tennis or pickleball fundraiser. Along the way, you'll get tips and tools for reaching your fundraising goal.

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About the Longest Day

The Longest Day participants fight the darkness of Alzheimer's and all other dementia through a fundraising activity of their choice on a day that works for them. With sports tournaments, card games, parties, baking and more, participants raise funds to advance the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.

You can fundraise year-round to make an even greater impact in the fight against Alzheimer’s. Host activities leading up to The Longest Day to increase donations and raise awareness for the cause. At your event, celebrate your fundraising success with family, friends and your community.

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