https://maebell5k.webconnex.com/EndAlz <— MaeBell 5K Link
We greatly need your generosity in hosting this event. We have levels of sponsorship that helps our cause and expands your brand. You and any other representatives of your company would be most welcome to attend so we could thank you personally for your support. Sponsorship levels include.
- Platinum Sponsorship $1000, Logo on the official 5K Shirt, Logo on Mile Markers, Logo at Start, Finish Lines, and 4 Race Shirts
- Gold Sponsorship $750, Logo on Mile Markers, Logo on Start and Finish lines, 2 Race Shirts
- Silver Sponsorship $500, Logo at the Start Line, 2 Race Shirts
- Bronze Sponsorship $250, Logo at Finish Line, 2 Race Shirts
Your sponsorship will be helps provide security, first aid, refreshments, transit, and amenities for the adequate success of the MaeBell Ward Foundation, as well as the MaeBell 5K! Sponsors can easily support by Clicking the “Donate Button” on our site.
June 8th, 2013. MaeBell Ward Foundations, First Annual 5K Walk & Run. Grove 5, Busse Woods. 8 a.m.
Here is our active link to the MaeBell Ward Foundations first annual 5K Walk/Run. The event will take place at Busse Woods in Elk Grove Village, June 8th. 8am! Registration online is available on the link below!
$50 for Adults
$25 for Kids and Seniors!
We hope to see you there
The Ladies Strike Back!
Bitchin’ Purge is a service industry story slam where real service industry employees tell true stories about work. Your *donations (*$5 online/$8 at the door) will benefit the MaeBell Ward Foundation as well as help this show to grow. Additionally, we will have a 50/50 ca$h raffle and some standup comedy to open the show (TBA).
(*Tickets are available on Brown Paper Bag Tickets. See link at very top of page. Now your donation will benefit MaeBell Ward and additionally a charity of your choice thru Brown Paper Bag. Double good deed!)
Purchase tickets http://bitchinpurge.bpt.me/
Join us as La Trappe pours it forward for a the cause. To kick off the festivities La Trappe will buy the first 50 beers for the customers in house and the proceeds for every La Trappe purchased after that will go to benefit the Mae Bell Ward Foundation.
Come enjoy world class beer while we help support Alzheimer’s research. It’ll be one delicious win-win situation.
Rockwell’s Diner, 4632 N Rockwell St, Chicago, IL 60625
Just a heads up! Tomorrow at Temple Bar, 3001 N Ashland we will be hosting a Happy Hour celebration for the MaeBell Ward Foundation!!!
Please join us this month for one or both of our “Happy Hours.” On March 20th we will be having a 6-8 Open Door meeting at Temple Bar 3001 N Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL. There isn’t any door charge or stipulation. Members will be present and will be able to answer any questions you may have about the Foundation. While at Temple, you may enjoy a Sam Adams Boston Lager, at $4.50 it’s there Beer of the Month, and all proceeds from Sam Adams Sales will be donated to the Foundation. If you can’t make it to Temple, we would love to see you at Stocks and Blondes. 40 N Wells. 3/27, also a Wednesday from 6-8. If you work downtown, Stocks and Blondes is located below the Washington/Wells El Stop. We hope to see you out! We will share our visions, our goals, and how you can help us!
Illinois is facing Alzheimer’s and must build a dementia capable state. Please use this link and complete a survey to help as Illinois considers how to enchance care and support for those living with Alzheimer’s and related dementias and their caregivers as well as how to raise awareness and provide information. Thank you for your input and recommendations.
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