Breakfast to Remember

Breakfast to Remember events create awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, as well as raising funds for the many programs and services offered by the Alzheimer Society of B.C. in support of people affected by dementia. Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with a wide range of corporate and community professionals.

Join us for a Breakfast to Remember

Breakfast to Remember 2024

This February and March, more than 470 business and community leaders joined us at Breakfast to Remember in Kelowna, Vancouver and Victoria to take action to change the future for the more than 85,000 British Columbians living with dementia.  

Each event provided a unique perspective on the disease. Attendees were inspired by a variety of speakers, including a panel of experts on emergency preparedness, leaders from health-care, business and research sectors, as well as caregivers. Through their diverse insights, guests gained valuable understanding of issues that were timely and relevant to their communities.  

Thank you to the speakers, sponsors, donors, volunteer committees and attendees for helping to raise more than $265,000 to support the Alzheimer Society of B.C.’s programs and services and enable dementia research. 

Dementia doesn’t just affect a single person – it affects their entire community. Currently, family members, friends, colleagues and neighbours provide almost 68 million hours of unpaid care to people living with dementia in B.C. alone. Caregiving has a significant impact on family members’ financial stability and their ability to maintain productivity in the workplace. Projections show by 2050, support provided will increase to nearly 200 million hours of unpaid care per year. 

Kelowna, February 29, 2024 

B2R Kelowna - Photo of CEO with guest speakers

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Vancouver, March 7, 2024

B2R Vancouver - Dr. Heather Cooke speaking on stage

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Victoria, March 13, 2024 

B2R Victoria - Guest speaker Karla Thomson receives standing ovation

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Become a sponsor for 2025

Sponsorship opportunities are available at the provincial level as well as within each of the three communities. Sponsorship is a unique opportunity to align with the Alzheimer Society of B.C. brand and demonstrate corporate social responsibility to your clients and customers, all while receiving great benefits for your business. To learn more about our sponsorship opportunities and receive a sponsorship package, contact:

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

Get in touch:

To learn more about any of our Breakfast events, contact:

  • Camila Torres
    Development Coordinator, Events
    Alzheimer Society of B.C.
  • Susan Rae
    Senior Associate, Philanthropy
    Alzheimer Society of B.C.


Anything for Alzheimer's

Our Anything for Alzheimer’s program offers a way for individuals, businesses, schools, and other organizations to support people affected by dementia by hosting their own events or challenges. All you need is a little creativity, some planning, and the desire to make a difference.

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Climb for Alzheimer's

Currently, more than 85,000 people are living with dementia in B.C. While there’s no cure yet, together we can make sure no one has to face this disease alone. The Climb for Alzheimer’s returns Sunday, September 22 for its final year at Grouse Mountain – help us celebrate by registering today!

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Forget Me Not Golf Tournament

Held in May each year, the Forget Me Not Golf Tournament is a key volunteer-led fundraising event to benefit the Alzheimer Society of B.C. Funds raised support vital research and help ensure that people affected by dementia have the education and support they need on their dementia journey.

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