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2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Review of 2017

If you join the NARFE team you will start your on page that will be a part of the NARFE team page. Any team member that raises $100.00 or more will get a Walk to End Alzheimer's tee shirt. We are looking into having NARFE team tee shirts this year but it all depends on how many team members we have. So please check back often. 

2017 Walk to End Alzheimer's is complete

We had 12 walkers on the National Active and Retired Federal Employees team this year and we were one of the top 5 teams in raising donations. Thanks to all of you that donated and we are going to do better next year.

 Here’s some interesting facts to help us get some motivation for 2018.

 As of 12/08/17 the Corpus Christi walk to end Alzheimer’s had 130 teams with 793 participants. All and all, the total raised was $44,420.31. Out of the 130 teams, NARFE Chapter 91 came in 5th in raising total donations of $1,32.00. 

 Out of the top 34 listed national teams. NARFE finished 29th with a total of $64,360 raised. With 65 NARFE teams participating nationwide. Chapter 91 finished 15th. 

  Don’t stop now! Lets get ready for next year!  2018 will be even better!!!!





















 Front row sitting: Fern Carter, Dora Lynn Suarez, Esther Martinez: 2ed row left Cameron Martin, Carter Martin, Vanessa, Jackie Sasara, Herby Garza, Delfina McHugh, Dora Benavides: 3rd row (back) Beverly Mehary, Joel Menking


   The National Active and Retired Federal Employees has focused on finding a cure for Alzheimer's for many years and has raised close to $13 million for that effort from it's over 200,000 members nationally. Our Corpus Christi, Texas, Chapter 0091 continues to make this one of our prime community service efforts.  Please help.

Every dollar we raise helps to strengthen the efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association while moving us closer to our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s disease. From face-to-face support to online education programs and promising worldwide research initiatives, your donations make a difference in the lives of the millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s today and those who will face the disease tomorrow.