BUY TICKETS : Join us for another amazing night! Last year’s event raised $30,000 to help the Alzheimer Society of Montreal expand its services across the island of Montreal.
SPONSOR : A Night To Remember happens because of companies and people like you! Your sponsorship helps to ensure that the maximum amount of money goes directly to the Alzheimer Society of Montréal. Here are a few great reasons why you should consider sponsoring this great event:
- Create, Develop and Enhance Social Responsibility
- Highly Targeted Cause-Based Marketing
- Media Exposure
- Brand Awareness & Recognition
- Community Involvement and Giving Back
DONATE : If you would like to support our cause but are unable to attend our gala, you can always make a donation directly to the Hope For Dementia charity. Please help by giving generously – Your donations allow us to continue our mission! Click HERE to Donate.
LEARN : Alzheimer’s is a disease of the brain. The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease affects men and women of all races, religions and socio-economic backgrounds. It is not a normal part of aging and no one is immune. Discover warning signs, risk factors and find out what is fact and what is myth at the Alzheimer Society of Montréal’s website: http://www.alzheimer.ca/en/montreal
PROMOTE, INSPIRE & SHARE : Andria Piperni, who recently raised much-needed funds for the Alzheimer’s Walk, prepared this short message & video to help promote the Alzheimer Society of Montréal’s great cause. She’s now a member of our Honorary Co-Presidents Committee and we hope she’s an inspiration to you as she has been to so many others:
Alzheimer’s is NOT a normal part of aging, and we should not accept it as such.
On May 27th, I’ll be walking in honour of my late grandfather – and also for YOU and the people you love, in hope that you’ll never be affected. The time to find a cure is now. We can all make a difference.
**Every $ counts!!! And if you can’t give at this time, please help spread the message. Alzheimer’s is not talked about enough and is widely misunderstood. You can help end the stigma!**