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Memory Ball Toronto is back with its Sixth Annual Gala Event, proudly hosted by the Young Leaders Council of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto
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Looking for your daily dose of inspiration? Well then, you’re in for a treat. Today, we are pleased to feature an inspiring post from one of (the many!) inspiring member of the Memory Ball Team. Amanda McMillan has been involved in Memory Ball for the past...

#WaybackPlayback – A Victoria Ludwig & Thomas Gaylor Production

On Saturday, February 21, TOTA Lounge hosted the Second Annual Wayback Playback night in support of Memory Ball and the Alzheimer Society of Toronto (AST). Despite the extreme cold and falling snow, 100 avid party-goers and J.Lo & Ja Rule enthusiasts danced their heart outs at this packed Queen West venue. wayback playback memory ball 2015   External Memory Ball events like this one have been major successes adding thousands of dollars to the bottom line, for which, we are hugely grateful. This year, Wayback Playback earned just shy of $1,500! With Memory Ball around the corner, the YPAA wouldn’t be able to have nights like this without the complete support, planning and overall awesomeness from our dear friends, Victoria Ludwig & Thomas Gaylor.

Sam has been involved with Memory Ball since 2013, working with Claire Poirier on design and collaborating with the sponsorship team.  Name: Samantha Kellerman Day Job: Wilfrid Laurier Business Student (but on co-op right now at Nestlé Waters Canada) Why is Memory Ball a Worthy Cause? Memory Ball is a worthy cause because Alzheimer's really does not have the awareness it should. Alzheimer's disease and dementia affect around 500,000 Canadians and there is no cure. Every dollar donated to the Alzheimer Society of Toronto helps and hopefully there can be a cure found in our lifetime.  Many people have had their lives touched by Alzheimer's or dementia, including myself. After experiencing the disease, it is easy to understand after experiencing this why Memory Ball is such an amazing cause.   [caption id="attachment_2581" align="aligncenter" width="960"]sam kellerman sarah snow Katrina Younis and Samantha Kellerman (L to R)[/caption]