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We Are On a Mission: Improve the Lives of Individuals and Families Who Experience Alzheimer’s or Related Dementias

Walk With Us

Community members impacted with Alzheimer’s or other dementias need us now more than ever. YOU can make a difference as an #AlzWalker!

Currently, more than 110,000 Wisconsin residents are living with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. As of today, there is no cure. But there are strategies and treatments that enable people to live, create and maintain a high quality of life throughout the course of the disease.

To that end, the ADAW team works diligently to improve the lives of individuals and families who experience Alzheimer’s or related dementias. We provide personal consultations and access to education and resources.

Because of you, we can continue helping individuals on their journey.

Community Fundraisers
Additional opportunities to offer your support to your community.

Saturday, May 8
Remember Me Red Run
Bailey’s Wine Vineyard, New Glarus  •  10:00am – 7:00pm
Purchase Tickets Here

Sunday, September 26
Tractor Pull in Brodhead
Rides begin at 10:00am for $15
For more information, call Fritz at 608-214-4371

 

2021 Walk Dates

Green County Walk   |   Saturday, September 11 
Behring Senior Center in Monroe

Columbia & Marquette County Walk   |   Sunday, September 12 
Riverside Park in Portage

Dane County Walk   |   Saturday, September 18 
Warner Park Shelter in Madison

Iowa County Walk   |   Saturday, September 18 
Grace Lutheran Church in Dodgeville

Grant County Walk   |   Saturday, September 25 
Grant County Fairgrounds in Lancaster

Sauk & Adams County Walk   |   Saturday, September 25 
Mary Roundtree Park in Baraboo

Richland County Walk   |   Sunday, September 26 
UW Richland Campus in Richland Center

Crawford County Walk   |   Saturday, October 2 
Hoffman Hall in Prairie du Chien
Please Consider Making A Donation
Your donations help us provide help and support to those living with memory loss and those who care for someone with Alzheimer's or other dementia. We are your partner along the journey!
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