The Ride to End Alzheimer’s is not just a bike ride around some beautiful Virginia landscapes. It’s about community, hope, and the tireless effort to create a future free of Alzheimer’s. On May 4th, we are not just embarking on a scenic ride; we are honoring the 6 million Americans who are living with Alzheimer’s, and over 11 million who serve as their caregivers.  Rappaport is proud to serve as the presenting sponsor of the Ride to End ALZ, a vital platform to raise funds to support the Alzheimer’s Association and honor the lives affected by this condition.

This year, we are back at Leesburg’s Morven Park in Loudoun County, VA— D.C.’s Wine Country. With route options starting from a comfortable 10 miles to a challenging 100 miles, the event is inclusive to all levels of bikers and supporters.

Every year, our team at Rappaport, along with real estate professionals, friends, family, and avid bikers from all walks of life, comes together to take on the challenge head-on. This year, we have set our sights on surpassing the remarkable $52,000 we collected last year, and the momentum is with us. 

We are so grateful to everyone who has joined us and helped raise awareness at our events throughout the year, from Patsy’s Happy Hour to the Swing to End ALZ pickleball tournament to the Kickoff Event at the Dell and all the training rides in between. We could not have come this far without your support!

You don’t need to be an ardent biker to join the fight. Your involvement can take various forms—by participating in the ride itself, by coming out to support, or simply through a donation. Every dollar raised goes toward discovering methods of treatment and prevention for Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

We invite you to register for the event, join #TeamRappaport, or support our riders with a donation. With just a few clicks, you can be part of a brighter future.

Alzheimer’s is a formidable opponent, but with each rider, volunteer, and donor who joins the cause, we chip away at its foundation. Alzheimer’s touches all of us, and it will take all of us to end it.Click here to donate or join our team.

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