Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring family members and/or friends?
Yes! Invite your family and/or friends and join thousands of Manitobans who want to see a world without dementia.
Everyone will be touched by dementia, whether it’s a relative, a friend or someone in your community. Be part of the solution. Join the movement and make a difference for people impacted by Alzheimer’s.
Do I have to raise money to participate?
There is no registration fee, however fundraising is strongly encouraged! When you host an Anything for Alzheimer's® event or donate, you send a message of hope to the estimated 23,000 Manitobans currently living with dementia, and thousands more who care for them.
When you fundraise, you promise them that help will always be available
What methods of payment can people who sponsor me use?
You can collect pledges online using Visa or Mastercard, donate to coin boxes at an Anything for Alzheimer's® location with cash, or in person by clicking here to download a pledge form.
What should I do with the money and cheques that I collect?
Offline pledges should be submitted along with donations. Please bring all offline pledges and the donation details on a pledge form.
Will my sponsors receive a tax receipt?
Yes! If they made a donation online, they will receive an automatically generated e-receipt. If they made a donation by cash or cheque, they will receive a tax receipt from the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba after an Anything for Alzheimer's® event has been completed.
Please note the minimum tax receipt amount for Manitoba is $15.
Will I receive a tax receipt if I sponsor myself?
Yes! If you made a donation online, you will receive an automatically generated e-receipt. If you made a donation by cash or cheque, you will receive a tax receipt from the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba after an Anything for Alzheimer's® event has been completed. Thank you for your donation!
Please note the minimum tax receipt amount for Manitoba is $15
How will the money I raised be used?
Monies raised support programs and services in Manitoba that improve the quality of life for people living with dementia and their families, and for other activities like education and public awareness.
Remember to please read our policy on Fundraising Guidelines before registering as a host for an event.