BowPosh on Alzheimers

BowPosh For a Cause

Walk To End Alz

Walk to end Alz is a fabulous organization set up to help find a cure for the incurable (for now) disease, Alzheimer's. This is such a heartbreaking disease and we actually know more people with it than we realize.

 

What is Alzheimer's?

Alzheimer's is defined as "a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks." Click here to read more about this debilitating disease." -Alz.org

Image: Express.co.uk.

Image: Express.co.uk.

The BowPosh family has joined Alz.org and Walk To End Alz to make these walks and fundraisers fun! We are super excited to be a part of this as we have family members as well suffering from this heartbreaking disease. We want to help in any way we can and this is a great start. Our Fort Myers walk is on 10.25.14 and the Naples walk is on 11.15.14.

Laura and her mother. Laura's beautiful mother has Alzheimer's.

Laura and her mother. Laura's beautiful mother has Alzheimer's.

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Mini top hat and shoe bows by BowPosh. Photo by MissyK Photography.

Mini top hat and shoe bows by BowPosh. Photo by MissyK Photography.

BowPosh will have purple items available for these walks and are shipping the items nationwide!

Purple items will include:

  • Tutus for both children and adults, female and male
  • Shoe bows
  • Hair bows
  • Headbands
  • Bow ties

*Photos of these BowPosh items will be available around the end of August.

*Pre-orders are being taken for these items and prices/donations are listed below. Grab yours before the rush in late September/ early October hits!

 

The AMOUNT* in parenthesis ( ) is the amount donated from each items regular price amount.

Thank you to Desiree Albright for allowing us to join her team, Keeping Memories Alive. We look forward to helping in any way we can.

Thank you to Desiree Albright for allowing us to join her team, Keeping Memories Alive. We look forward to helping in any way we can.

Saturday, October 25, 2014 9:00am – 12:00pm