The Alzheimer Society of Montreal continues to lead the way in improving the quality of life for all those living with Alzheimer’s as well as their caregivers. They struggle to ensure that the greatest number of Montrealers have access to the essential programs and service they provide. Your voice, energy and financial contributions are urgently needed, because Alzheimer’s affects us all and is still among the least funded, yet most diagnosed diseases in Canada.
But there is hope. A Night To Remember has become a symbol for standing up for those who can’t. The ultimate goal is to spark a collective force that can increase the Alzheimer Society of Montreal’s capacity to meet the growing demand for its services and to offer hope for all those touched by Alzheimer’s and related disorders.
The Program provides insight into how the Alzheimer Society is making a huge difference in so many lives. We look forward to your participation again at this year’s 7th annual Impact Gala, taking place on Saturday November 10th, 2018.
The purpose of A Night To Remember is to help dispel myths about the disease and eliminate the stigma associated with dementia. The needs are increasing exponentially so our goal is to invest now in building dementia-friendly communities right here in Montreal. Our goal is to inspire you with a feeling of hope about the ability for people to continue enjoying life. From in-home respite and art therapy workshops to counseling and educational support groups there are many ways to improve the quality of life for people at all stages of the disease.
We are proud to continue our mission to help the Montreal Alzheimer Society make a meaningful difference in people’s lives. Be sure to Like our Facebook page to get updates and information and to see photos from past events, including the 2017 gala in celebration of Hope in the Face of Alzheimer’s.
|Saturday November 10th, 2018
Cocktail 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Main Event 8:00pm – 1:00 am
THE BELVEDERE – Science Centre
2 de la Commune W., Suite 110
MONTREAL, QC H2Y 4B2
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