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Ever wonder how you can make a difference?

Want to help the Alpha-1 Foundation, but don’t know where to start?

Everyone has something that they are good at. So why not use that talent to create a fundraiser? You can put together a walk, themed dinner, bowling night or a game night. No matter what your event idea may be, the Foundation is here to help you plan from start to finish.

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Create your own event ideas:

Don’t know what type of event you want to throw? You might get inspired by others who have volunteered their time to put on fundraisers to help raise awareness and funds for Alpha-1 research.

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Events

Tampa Dinner & Dance

Tampa Dinner & Dance
Thursday, August 15, 2019
  Alpha-1 Awareness Month is in November! How will you be celebrating? Join Dr. Samantha Lindsay, M.D. and the Alpha Community for a night of dinner, dancing and prizes!  November 9th at the Heritage Harbor Country Club  19502 Heritage Harbor Parkway Lutz, FL 33558 For more information contact, Docsam01@hotmail.com This is your chance to get to know your...
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Virtual Walk 2019 Starts

Thursday, August 1, 2019
Virtual Walk 2019 Anywhere, anytime in the month of November for Alpha-1 Awareness Month! Click Here to Register  For more information please contact iguerrero@alpha1.org or call 877-228-7321 ext. 319 
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Here’s the “Scoop” on the Iowa Walk

Here’s the “Scoop” on the Iowa Walk
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Filled with families, friends, laughter and of course, ice cream, the Iowa Alpha-1 Get the Scoop Walk is one not to be missed. Like most walks, it was started with a small group, and now, 11 years later, this walk has become one of the most well-known Building Friends for a Cure (BFC) events of the season. As the Building Friends for a Cure program is in its 14th year, we are seeing an...
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Alpha-1 Hero Walk raises funds and awareness for Alpha-1

Alpha-1 Hero Walk raises funds and awareness for Alpha-1
Thursday, May 23, 2019
The 9th Annual Alpha-1 Hero Walk took place on May 4th, in Richmond, VA, where 75 attendees walked to raise awareness and funds for Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1) research and related programs, exceeding $11,000. Pamela VanScoy, Walk Chair and Support Group Leader, was interviewed on Richmond's Morning News with John Reid, on WRVA Richmond - 1140 AM / 96.1 FM. Thank you, Pam,...
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