TackleALZ - TackleALZ San Diego

Thank you to all who came out to support us this year! Congrats to the Alzheimer's Annihilators on their win!

The Story

What better way to kick-off Superbowl weekend than with San Diego fiercest 
females as they take the field to raise critical funds for the more than 62,000 San Diegans living with Alzheimer’s disease and help advance local research for a cure!

Football fans and supporters of the cause are encouraged to bring friends and family out for an afternoon of food, drinks and a friendly but fierce competition!

Tackle ALZ is volunteer driven event made up of local women and men who are passionate about raising funds for San Diego’s third-leading cause of death and increasing disease awareness among a new generation. 

Date: February 4, 2017
Location: Little Q Field
Time: 2:15 pm 


Alzheimer's Annihilators

Dementia Destroyers 


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Why TackleALZ

Today there are more than 62,000 San Diegans suffering from Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia and that number is projected to more than double in the next 15 years. Now more than ever we need your help! 

In the absense of a cure and effective therapies, good care is the best medicine we have. By supporting TackleALZ SD you are making a direct impact in our community and helping us to provide free education classes, support discussion groups, social activities, family care consultations, early stage support and our ALZ Companion Respite Program. You will also help to advance critical local research for a cure happening right here in our own backyard.

100% of your donations will stay in San Diego to help our community! 

For more information about the programs and services we offer to the community, please visit www.alzsd.org