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Fundraising Events

The Alzheimer's Association - Heart of America Chapter conducts several community events designed to increase the awareness of Alzheimer's disease while raising funds to assist those who rely on Chapter services. You are invited and encouraged to participate in any of our special events. For further information, click on an event below:

Third Party Fundraisers

Each year, organizations such as civic groups, social clubs, restaurants and businesses raise thousands of dollars for the Heart of America Chapter. These events are called third party fundraisers and they are a great way to demonstrate commitment for the mission and programs of the Alzheimer's Association.

These third party fundraisers raise significant funds for the Chapter's programs and involve the community in a very direct way to help promote awareness of our programs.

If you are interested in hosting a third party fundraiser, please contact Debra R. Brook, executive director, at 913-831-3888 or .


Upcoming Events


March 12 and 19 - ABC's of Alzheimer's Disease
An overview of the disease process including how family caregivers can work with the individual experiencing the disease. 5:30-8:00 p.m. at the Shawnee County Library in Topeka. Call 785-271-1844 or for details.


March 13 - Memory Day
Join others who are advocating for Alzheimer's and speak to your Missouri legislators in Jefferson City. Call 913-831-3888 or for details.


March 27 - All About Alzheimer's Disease - Clinton, MO
Discussion will focus on general disease information including diagnosis, stages, risk factors, current treatments and interventions.6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Clinton Senior Center. Call 913-831-3888 or for details.