Forget Me Not Fashion Show
Our Largest and Most Exciting Fundraising Event of the Year
In 2007, a group of healthcare professionals, along with the Greater Wisconsin Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, started The Forget Me Not Fall Fashion Show, a fundraiser to support educational conferences for caregivers. Today this group is called the Wolf River Dementia Network, and helps families and caregivers in Shawano County, Oconto County, Stockbridge Munsee and Menominee Tribal communities.
The Forget Me Not Fund, Inc. originated from the The Forget Me Not Fall Fashion Show’s success in raising money for Alzheimer's disease education.
The evening begins with networking and great conversation, music and cocktails, while viewing the raffle baskets donated by local sponsors. A sit down dinner during the fashion show, which over the years have included Packer wife models such as Courtney Finley, Nicolette Burnett, Katie Blasko, Dawnielle Hundley, Alyssa Janis, Heaven Daniels, as well as Packer Defensive Lineman Mike Daniels, #76! While dining, models walk the runway showcasing latest styles and fashions from local boutiques and popular fashion chain stores. A live auction with our large item donations concludes the evening. 50/50 raffle, bucket raffles, live auction, wine wall, and chocolate wall are just some of the ways to win some awesome prizes that are donated each year. Last year there were many very happy winners at the end of the night!
With the help of our many volunteers, sponsorships (download sponsor form), and generous donations, this has become the gala event everyone waits for each year! This event is limited to 200 attendees to assure an evening to remember. Early Bird table sponsorships are on sale now until July 18, 2018. Purchase your ticket or table for this sell out event online at eventbrite.com.
Through The Forget Me Not Fund, Inc. we are able to keep money local in Northeastern Wisconsin and support causes that are dedicated to educating caregivers, along with sponsoring professional training, and a Memory Cafe in Shawano and Oconto Counties. With a focus in Shawano County, Oconto County, Stockbridge Munsee, and Menominee Tribal Communities, we are able to provide local education and awareness while continuing to generously support the Greater Wisconsin Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association in the efforts to end Alzheimer’s disease.