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This year's National Coffee Break® Day is on Thursday, September 21, 2017. Join hundreds of businesses, groups and individuals in the Niagara Region and host your own Coffee Break® anytime between September and December.  Your help is needed to reach our 2017 goal of $100,000!  

Register

Thank you to Barclay & Todd's who have generously sponsored the coffee pouches in this year's Coffee Break® kits!

Barclay & Todd's Coffee Company

Attend a Public Coffee Break

Not ready to host your own Coffee Break? You can still support our campaign by attending a Coffee Break event in your community! Click below to view the calendar of Coffee Break events open to the public.

Public Events

Thank You!

Due to the overwhelming support of the community, our 2016 Coffee Break campaign was a huge success, raising $77,539! A special thank you to the Niagara Marine Industry Charitable Council who together raised $29,058.

What is a Coffee Break®?

The vision and inspiration of Niagara’s own Alzheimer Society, Coffee Break® events are held in homes, offices, community centers, schools, churches, city halls, retail outlets, and health facilities - just about anywhere coffee can be served and a donation collected. Over the years, Coffee Break® hosts have become very creative in their fundraising efforts, hosting BBQs, parties and even community challenges. Small or large, simple or elaborate, each break truly makes a difference in the lives of those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

How can I get more information?

An Alzheimer Coffee Break® is simple. We provide the kit, you provide the social environment and in turn your participation will ensure compassionate support for our clients in the years to come. Register today for your free Coffee Break kit which contains the promotional materials needed to advertise your event, a coin box and your first pot of coffee. 

Contact Terry McDougall, Director of Fund Development at (905) 687-6856, ext. 556 or by email at tmcdougall@alzheimerniagara.ca. You can also visit the website of the Alzheimer Society Niagara Foundation.

 

 


Last Updated: 08/03/17
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