Photo © Courtesy of Alzheimer Society of Toronto
Join the IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s on Saturday, May 27th, 2023!
This is the largest fundraising event for Alzheimer’s disease in Canada. People in every community across Canada will join a local event on the last weekend in May to fundraise and raise awareness for brain health and dementia.
The Alzheimer Society of Toronto is asking for your support by registering for the in-person walk!
We have five incredible outdoor locations across Toronto!
- Ashbridge’s Bay Park, Beaches East
- Christie Pits, Central Toronto
- Etienne Brule Park, Etobicoke
- G. Ross Lord Park, North York
- Thomson Memorial Park, Scarborough
Every three seconds, someone in the world develops dementia and from 2008 to 2038, it is estimated that dementia will cost Ontario $325 billion in healthcare costs.
The steps you take and the funds you raise will help make it possible to connect those living with dementia and their care partners to the free programs and services offered by the Society. Free programs and services such as counseling, education and support groups all help make this city more dementia friendly and supportive for people living with the impacts of this disease. Help break the stigma and support the community. Register for the Walk today.
Visit wfa.alz.to to find a location near you!
The Alzheimer Society of Toronto provides free programs, education and support services to people living with dementia and their caregivers. They offer innovative dementia-focused education to healthcare workers available in-person and online. With office locations across Toronto, including our newest location, the Mid-Scarborough Hub, they can support you and your healthcare journey. To learn more about how to get involved with the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, visit www.alz.to
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The IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s is Canada’s largest fundraiser for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, taking place in more than 400 communities across the country.