Rally in Tally: How Everyone Can Help

Rally in Tally is Jan. 16 and 17! Florida has the second-highest incident rate of Alzheimer’s disease in the country. Your voice is critical to raising Alzheimer’s awareness and urgency.


Join us in Tallahassee. Be our special guest as all four Alzheimer’s Association Chapters of Florida host “Rally in Tally” – a unique state advocacy experience where you will meet with state legislators, tell your story and explain why it is important for them to make Alzheimer’s issues a top priority! You can come for both events or just one.

Lighting the Florida Capitol in Purple for Alzheimer’s

The Old Florida Capitol will be lit up purple for the annual “Rally in Tally.”

January 16 – Tuesday Night at Sundown we will hold a “Purple Lighting Ceremony” on the steps of the historic, Old State Capitol with state legislators (approximately 30 minutes)

January 17 – State Advocacy Day on Wednesday when legislative meetings will take place in the new Capitol Building

If you do not live in Tallahassee, please see the contact information below and we’ll see if there are any services shuttling to the Capitol. Some areas have shuttles to the Capitol (on a first come, first serve basis) and some people are driving on their own.


Rep. Scott Plakon (R-Longwood) meets with constituents in the Capitol Building.

For more information please contact:

Cyrena Duncan or 727-259-2318 if you live in the Gulf Coast

Evan Holler or 904-472-6641 if you live in Central or North Florida

Jennifer Braisted or 561-967-0047 if you live in Southeast Florida

Can’t attend? That’s okay. There are other ways you can help. 

Show your support on social by sharing your Alz story or sharing posts from advocates at the event on January 16 & 17.

Follow Central and North Florida on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Follow Southeast Florida on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Follow Florida Gulf Coast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Call, tweet or email your state legislator and let them know we must make Alzheimer’s a priority in Florida.

Find your state senator here.

Find your state representative here.



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