The George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Centers, Inc.® Celebrates 40 years of Sharing the Caring with Joy!

 Saturday, October 29, 2022  |  5 pm - 10 pm

The George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Centers, Inc.® celebrates 40 years of providing San Diegans with specialized adult day programs for individuals with Alzheimer’s and related dementias and support services to their families.

Please join us as we honor our cofounder, Joy Glenner, and celebrate this momentous occasion!

This very special evening will include a hosted cocktail hour, a delectable dinner, surprise entertainment from Hollywood and dancing to the music of Bonnie Foster Productions.

The program will close with an opportunity to express your support with a Raise the Paddle. The proceeds from this evening will enable us to continue our mission of “Sharing the Caring”.

Select Your Ticket Type Below:

Thank you to our Gala Sponsors!

Presenting Sponsors – $10,000

Joy Glenner

David N. Bailey M.D.

Ingrid B. Hibben

Laura J. Levine

Shelley Perry

Darlene V. Shiley

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wank

Ruby Sponsors – $5,000

Alpha Zeta Beta

Alzheimer’s Association San Diego/Imperial Chapter

Bonnie Foster Productions

Community Health Group

D.A.V. Industries, Inc.

Dominick Addario M.D.

Kaizen Brain Center

LightBridge Hospice & Palliative Care

San Diego PACE

Senior Helpers

St. Paul’s Senior Services

Time to Move Care Placement

Town Square Franchising, Inc.

USC’s ATRI

Vitas Healthcare

VirtuALZ

Emerald Sponsors – $2,000

Jahnke Consulting & Long Term Care Alliance

North Island Federal Credit Union

San Diego Health Care Association & Associate Member Council

Sungarden Terrace

For questions about the event, how to purchase tickets or to become a sponsor, please contact our Director of Philanthropy, Gloria Baker, at 619-997-2707 or gbaker@glenner.org.

While we look forward to celebrating our 40th on October 29th, the health and safety of our guests remains our top priority. We will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and adhere to their latest recommendations.