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2016 Investors Group Alzheimer Walk & Run 

Thank you to all who supported the Annual Investor’s Group Alzheimer Walk & Run on Thanksgiving Sunday. You created local impact while earning a guilt-free Thanksgiving dinner. 

We'll be sharing the results from the event as soon as possible. All funds raised will go directly to:

  • Creating important life changes for families affected
  • Transformative information through educational workshops
  • A friendly ear and confidential place to discuss grief, anxiety and loss 
  • Meaningful social and recreational activities for people living with dementia

Thank you, Calgary!

Keep up to date on the Walk & Run by following us on Twitter @alzcalgary or liking us on Facebook at Alzheimer Calgary. And don’t forget to use our hashtag: #yycalz as you like and share posts.

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