Thank you to all our volunteers,
driver's meeting sponsors and destination hosts
for making Rally 4 Memories,
the drive for
dementia, 2015 a fabulously successful event!
Thank You to our Driver's Meeting Sponsors
Vancouver Island Brewery hosted a lively Rally Driver's Meeting
Launch Party Saturday morning May 2, 2015
and bidding on many exciting silent auction items.
Thank you also to Empire Donuts and 2% Jazz Coffee
for our morning treats.
Thank You to our Destination Hosts
Pacific Prime Steak & Chop at the Beach Club for providing our
mid-island lunch buffet in Parksville.
40 Knots Estate Winery & Vineyard for their beautiful location and product.
And 2015 destination host Painter’s Lodge for
two fabulous days/nights of relaxing and recreating by the Oceanside.
Thank You to all who donated
auction items and door prizes.
And a special Thank You to
We Care Home Support Services
for being our Rally 4 Memories drop point.
We can't wait to do it all again next year! We hope you will join in the fun.
Saturday May 14, 2016
Rally 4 Memories, the drive for dementia is a poker run car rally from Victoria to Campbell River to raise funds in support of the We
Rage We Weep Alzheimer Foundation.
Rally day you will enjoy the scenic drive up Island with a tasty lunch hosted by
Pacific Prime Steak & Chop Restaurant at the Beach Club in Parksville. The adventure continues after lunch as you head up the island to Campbell River and your final destination, Painter's Lodge for 2 nights of leisure.
The Driver's Meeting (providing instructions for the day) hosted by Vancouver Island Brewery as well as various stops including 40 Knots Vineyard & Estate Winery along the way will allow you to connect with fellow car enthusiasts and collect your winning poker cards. Prizes will be awarded for the top three poker hands.
The We Rage We Weep Alzheimer Foundation is a Victoria based independent Canadian Registered Charity founded in May 2006. We support caregivers of those with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia. In doing so we fund, administer and/or market programs and services that:
- Make a difference in the day to day lives of caregivers and their loved ones, often a life partner or parent
- Are not currently available through statutory assistance but complement that already existing within the community
Thereby easing the burden of care giving - one family at a time.
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