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The IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer's, presented by Go Auto, returns to communities across British Columbia on Sunday, May 26! 

Join the Alzheimer Society of show people affected by dementia that they dont have to walk the journey alone. 

You can register as an individual, start a new team or join an existing team. 

Location: Landing Sports Centre, 45530 Spadina Avenue, Chilliwack, V2P 1V3

Registration time1 p.m.

Walk time: 2 p.m.

Contact: Ron Angell | Virginia Reemeyer


The Walk is the largest annual fundraising event for the Alzheimer Society of B.C. and provides an opportunity for communities to take action to change the future for the over 85,000 British Columbians living with dementia and the people who care for them. The event is also an opportunity for us to honour and remember the people in our lives who have been affected by Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia 

Funds raised at the Walk will help provide local programs and services for families on the dementia journey and enable research into the causes of and cure for the disease. We couldn’t do this work without the generous efforts of our fundraisers!

Walk Patrons – Double your impact!

A big thank you to the Aune Foundation, Cowell Foundation, and Lecky Foundation for their support as our Provincial Walk Patrons. These Foundations have generously pledged to match all donations made online by May 26 up to a total of $100,000. Donate and fundraise now to make twice the difference!

Chilliwack honouree

2024 WFA Chilliwack Honouree
This year, we honour David Nickel, a member of the community who have been affected by dementia. Click here to read David's story.

Fundraising tips 

Some of our top fundraisers have shared their secrets to success to help you kick-start and continue your fundraising: 

  • Add a link to your personal fundraising page in the footer of your email signature. 

  • Ask 10 family members, friends or colleagues to donate $25 each, or whatever amount you like! 

  • Post your story on social media and tell people why you’re fundraising. Tag @AlzheimerBC and use the hashtag #WalkForAlzheimers. 

We’ve also prepared some helpful tips and tricks on how to start and boost your fundraising. 

Collecting donations offline 

We encourage you to use the website as much as possible to collect donations online, but if you do receive cash or cheques please complete this pledge formbefore you arrive at the Walk on event day.

General inquiries and sponsorship opportunities 

For general inquiries, contact: 

  • Ashley Fung 
    Development Coordinator, Events 
    Alzheimer Society of B.C. 

  • Nick Dunn 
    Development Officer, Events 
    Alzheimer Society of B.C. 

For sponsorship opportunities, contact:  

  • Janet Hutzul 
    Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer 
    Alzheimer Society of B.C. 

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