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Reason to Hope


The Alzheimer's Association, Reason to Hope is a powerful 60-minute fundraising luncheon and program on Alzheimer's disease. Though there is no cost to attend the luncheon, all Table Hosts and their guests will be asked at the conclusion to support the Alzheimer's community by making a One-Time gift or Multi-Year pledge to the Alzheimer's Association, Greater Illinois Chapter. The goal for the event is to spread our message into the communities we serve and raise funds for the critical work we do nationwide. As a Reason to Hope Table Host this is your opportunity to share your passion for the Alzheimer’s Association with your friends, work colleagues and family.

In 2015, our Chapter will be hosting three Reason to Hope luncheons on the following dates:

6th Annual Chicago Reason to Hope
April 2015 (Date TBD)
Noon-1pm.
Union League Club of Chicago
65 West Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Click here to view and download the FAQ for Chicago Reason to Hope Table Hosts.

4th Annual Oak Brook Reason to Hope
April 2015 (Date TBD)
Noon-1pm.
Hyatt Lodge at McDonald's Campus
2815 Jorie Boulevard
Oak Brook, Illinois 60523
Click here to view and download the FAQ for Oak Brook Reason to Hope Table Hosts.

Inaugural North Shore Reason to Hope
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Noon-1pm
Highland Park Country Club
1201 Park Avenue West
Highland Park, Illinois 60035


For more information about Reason to Hope, please contact Sam Provenzano, Manager, Intermediate Giving at 847.324.0382 or via email at sprovenzano@alz.org.



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