Alzheimers Coachella Valley Holds Second Annual Fundraiser at Pirch in Rancho Mirage
Alzheimers Coachella Valley Holds Second Annual Fundraiser
Thursday, April 25, 5 – 8 p.m. at PIRCH
Join Alzheimers Coachella Valley (ACV) in celebrating our second annual fundraiser,“More than Memories…Endless Possibilities,” on Thursday, April 25, 5 to 8 p.m. hosted by Jim Murdock atPIRCH, 71905 Highway 111, Suite B.
Enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine and a specialty cocktail created by PIRCH mixologists just for this event while you peruse our fabulous silent and live auction items that help support our innovative programs.
Some of our programs includeTraveling the Journey Together, an eight-week educational and socialization program, andClub Journey, an interactive social time for both the caregiver and loved one with dementia. Other ways to help include fund-a-program opportunities or join Friends of ACV, a monthly giving program.
Cost is $75 per person and reservations may be made online atwww.cvalzheimers.org, by calling (760) 776-3100, or mail your check payable to Alzheimers Coachella Valley to 42600 Cook Street, Ste. 134, Palm Desert, CA 92211. Advance tickets sales is encouraged for easier check-in.
ACV is a 501 ( c ) (3) nonprofit organization that provides charitable services and programs for persons with impaired cognition living in the Coachella Valley, their families and caregivers. We believe in focusing on the person and what is still possible.
One hundred percent of funds raised here stays in the desert.
More About Alzheimers Coachella Valley
ACV is committed to providing charitable services and program for persons with impaired cognition living in the Coachella Valley, their caregivers and families. It is not affiliated with any national organizations; 100 percent of monies raised here stays in the desert to fill the need for professional and peer-led programs.
ACV provides caregiver and patient support groups throughout the Coachella Valley, public and professional education, and local professional referrals. Care Advisors and support group facilitators are volunteer professionals, many of whom have more than 20 years’ experience with Alzheimer’s / dementia care.
ACV’s innovative Traveling the Journey Together is a first-of-its kind program that includes both the person diagnosed with dementia and the care-partner. The program helps empower patients to take an active role in their caregiving plan, while providing education and strategic support for caregivers.
ACV offers community-awareness programs, speakers for business and community organizations, and state-approved Continuing Education Unit training for professional caregivers.