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Top Fundraisers

  1. Retirement Gift for Linda Bertoldi - $3,795.00
  2. Arati Jasani - $631.00
  3. Eric Sloan - $555.00
  4. Nukul Bhasin - $202.50
  5. Steven Xu - $188.00

Top Teams

  1. Mavencare - $2,441.50

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2018-06-07T10:06:31+00:00

Memory Ball

DIY Fundraiser

A gala event founded in 2011 by Young People Against Alzheimers (YPAA), the Memory Ball has raised over $120K so far, and shows no signs of slowing down. Three of the founders have mothers who are living with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease and these amazing women are committed to raising awareness about dementia among younger people.

2018-06-07T10:06:43+00:00

Golf 2 Remember

DIY Fundraiser

An annual golf tournament held in August at the Silver Lake Golf Centre, organized by Tara Morse, Betsy Sumner & Jane Simard, who have a personal connection to dementia. In the four years they have hosted this tournament, they’ve raised over $25K.

2018-06-07T10:06:54+00:00

Gibbs Walk

DIY Fundraiser

A neighborhood walk in north-east Toronto, organized by Annette Gibbs in honour of her husband, that is now in its third year. Over the years Annette has raised over $20K from hundreds of supporters in her neighborhood.

2018-06-07T10:07:01+00:00

Arctic 2 Antarctic (A2A)

DIY Fundraiser

In June 2014, Henry LaCroix attempted a 20,000 km cycling expedition from the Arctic to the Antarctic, in honour of his sister-in-law Janet who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at age 56. Although his trip was cut short for medical reasons, Henry nonetheless raised over $12K for the Alzheimer Society.

2018-06-07T10:07:08+00:00

1926 Alzheimer’s Skate

DIY Fundraiser

Steve McNeil skated for 19 hours and 26 minutes without break, in a symbolic tribute to his mother’s year of birth. He asked each donor to make a gift of $19.26 to the Alzheimer Society in his mother’s memory. In his inaugural year 2014, Steve raised over $4000.