2020 Walk for Alzheimer's Sponsors

The Alzheimer Society of Oxford would like to acknowledge the generous support of the following sponsors for our 2019 Walk for Alzheimer's.

We rely on local businesses to help us to provide meaningful support and we encourage you to support the businesses that support our mission!

Sponsor Stories

Coops Construction has sponsored the Alzheimer Society for many years through the golf tournament. Now, Helen and Kevin Cooper have decided to extend their support to the 2019 Walk for Alzheimer’s as a Presenting Sponsor.

Find out why they sponsored the 2019 Walk for Alzheimer's> 

 

 

 

Heart FM 

"Any amount of research and money that can be implemented…is going to have wide effects on millions of people who suffer from (dementia). I think that it’s a very, very worthwhile cause.”

Read Heart FM's sponsor story>

 

 

 
     


“The Walk is their biggest fundraiser of the year and all that money stays right here in our community. We’re a local company so we try to make sure that some of that money that we put out in the year stays here in the community as well.”

Read Action Medical Home Health's sponsor story> 

  Owner Chris Byl supports the Alzheimer Society of Oxford's Walk for Alzheimer's because he believes in the importance of caring for vulnerable members of his community. 

Read Can-tario's sponsor story> 
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Woodstock Telecom has been a great support of the Alzheimer Society. For them, support is all about seeing real impact in their community.

Read their sponsor story>

 

BDO has been a strong supporter of the Alzheimer Society of Oxford for years and last year became an event sponsor of the Walk for Alzheimer’s.  Individuals on their staff have been affected by dementia and they know first-hand the impact this disease has on everyone in the family. 

Read more about their involvement in this article>

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The support of community sponsors is crucial to the success of the Alzheimer Society of Oxford’s Walk for Alzheimer’s. Year after year, the Ingersoll Pharmasave is one of the local businesses that steps up to the plate. Learn why Pharmasave supports the Alzheimer Society of Oxford here.  

HAAS Enterprises Inc. recognizes the Alzheimer Society of Oxford as a worthy organization to stand behind financially and know personally the value and the need for the services the organization provides. 

Read more about why HAAS is an Event Sponsor of the Walk for Alzheimer’s …

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Nethercott Press Inc. has been a very generous and long-standing in-kind sponsor of the Alzheimer Society of Oxford.  They not only provide a generous amount of printing at no cost to the Alzheimer Society, their service is exceptional.  We are so thankful for the in-kind support from Nethercott Press Inc. 

Please read why owner, Blanche Blancher supports the Alzheimer Society of Oxford

 

 

Toyota knows that Alzheimer’s touches many people in Oxford County. Knowing that it’s support will have a meaningful impact, the company is back again as a sponsor for the upcoming Walk for Alzheimer’s.

Read more about why TMMC sponsors the Walk for Alzheimer’s

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Chartwell Oxford Gardens has been a generous sponsor of the Alzheimer Society of Oxford for years and this year has increased their support to become an Event Sponsor of the Walk for Alzheimer’s.  Thank you Chartwell Oxford Gardens for your generous support and for helping us help others in the community. 

To read about why Chartwell Oxford Gardens supports the Alzheimer Society of Oxford, please click here.

 

Sentinel Review has provided in-kind support through advertising for our Walk for Alzheimers for many years and we so appreciate the help they provide in promoting our most important fundraiser of the year. 

To read more about why Sentinel Review is an Event Sponsor of the Walk for Alzheimer’s, please click here.

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Sonia Palleck’s mom helped many people in many ways during her lifetime. The Palleck Orthodontics owner is honouring her mom’s “beautiful heart” by sponsoring the 2019 Walk for Alzheimer’s. To read more about why Sonia Palleck is sponsoring the Walk for Alzheimer’s, click here.   Vance Construction knows the impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia in Oxford County -- and how much the Alzheimer Society does to help those who are affected. Learn how this local business is lending support to ensure people get the support they need. 
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Lawn Lions’ ongoing sponsorship of the Walk for Alzheimer’s comes down to an alignment of values - a commitment to community and to a future without Alzheimer’s.    

 

2019 Sponsors

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Action Medical Home Health

“We have been specifically sponsoring their golf tournament, so…the Walk is a way for us to continue to give back, just a little different situation.”

“The Walk is their biggest fundraiser of the year and all that money stays right here in our community. We’re a local company so we try to make sure that some of that money that we put out in the year stays here in the community as well.”

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Action Medical Home Health

“We have been specifically sponsoring their golf tournament, so…the Walk is a way for us to continue to give back, just a little different situation.”

“The Walk is their biggest fundraiser of the year and all that money stays right here in our community. We’re a local company so we try to make sure that some of that money that we put out in the year stays here in the community as well.”

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Action Medical Home Health

“We have been specifically sponsoring their golf tournament, so…the Walk is a way for us to continue to give back, just a little different situation.”

“The Walk is their biggest fundraiser of the year and all that money stays right here in our community. We’re a local company so we try to make sure that some of that money that we put out in the year stays here in the community as well.”


Last Updated: 11/13/2019