Thank you!

The Alzheimer Society of B.C. would like to thank everyone – our volunteers, participants, patrons, donors and sponsors – who made the Kelowna IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s, presented by Go Auto, a success this year, including our honourees, who courageously shared their stories. Thank you for your effort and dedication!

British Columbia will see one of the most dramatic rises in the number of people living with dementia in Canada over the next 30 years, with nearly 250,000 people in the province expected to live with a diagnosis by that time. 

Fundraising is open until June 30

If you were unable to donate prior to event day and would like to contribute, the Walk website will remain open until June 30, 2024. Donate online or contact 1-604-681-6530.

Save the Date

Stay tuned for next year’s IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s, presented by Go Auto, on Sunday, May 25, 2025.


If you're interested in applying for a role on of our teams to help plan the 2025 Walk, please email

2024 Kelowna Walk information

Location: Kelowna City Park, 1600 Abbott St, Kelowna, V1Y 1A9

Registration timeNoon

Walk time: 1 p.m.

Route map

Contact: Guy Bird


Thank you to our Walk patrons:

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!

Thank you to our Walk honouree:

WFA hon kelowna 2024
This year, we honour Valorie Mann and her family, members of the community who have been affected by dementia. Click here to read their story.

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.