Steiner Hosts 2nd Annual Ice Cream Social to Raise Funds for the Alzheimer’s Association

Steiner hosted its 2nd Annual Ice Cream Social to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association! It was a fun (and yummy), memorable event – with lots of pictures taken in our photo booth and plenty of ice cream, too!  

At Steiner, we’re proud to have a core group of amazing people who dedicate time towards raising awareness and funds to fight against Alzheimer’s disease. They call themselves the Purple Winged Warriors!

The Purple Winged Warriors’ Story

It has affected us all in different ways, but we will NOT go quietly into the good night…If you think about people in your life, odds are, you know someone who has Alzheimer’s or is affected by Alzheimer’s. It should make you mad, too! There is no cure yet and funding is low – we need to make our voices heard, not only when signing petitions, but by letting families and caregivers know they are not alone. 

Even if you can only give a little, you’re letting another family know that you’re on their side and they’re worth fighting for – memories matter, people matter, family matters, caregivers matter – cures matter!

If you weren’t able to make it to the fundraiser and would still like to contribute, please CLICK HERE to donate.

All donations go directly to the Alzheimer’s Association to help raise awareness for this disease, raise funds for a cure, and support caregivers and families taking care of loved ones who are battling this disease. 


One thought on “Steiner Hosts 2nd Annual Ice Cream Social to Raise Funds for the Alzheimer’s Association”

  1. Thank you to our Steiner Electric family!! In one hour, we were able to raise $477 towards our 2019 campaign – – lots of ice cream lovers and we introduced sorbet this year, too- – all together for 2019, we were able to raise $1502 for the Alzheimer’s Association: The Longest Day. We’re already making more plans for next year and hope even more people are able to join us! Together, I believe we can make a difference in the lives of so many people who are living with this awful disease or caring for someone fighting Alzheimer’s.
    On a personal note, I have been raising money for the Alzheimer’s Association now for 4 years, but fighting for my mom and trying to understand everything going on with this disease for much longer – nearly 9 years now! I have no doubt that if you think about all of the people in your lives, you know at least one person that this disease affects. If you didn’t know one before, you do now. #EndAlz
    Please join us again next year!

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