An Unforgettable Evening 2017-11-21T13:44:09+00:00

An Unforgettable Evening

MAY 6, 2018

featuring

Sara Bareilles

Sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information or to purchase a ticket, contact John Seiber 323.930.6208, jseiber@alzgla.org

An Unforgettable Evening 2017

Jennifer Holliday

MAY 7, 2017
An Unforgettable performance by Grammy & Tony Award winner… “Broadway’s Queen”

Jennifer Holliday

Hosted by
Susan Disney Lord & Scott Richard Lord

Host Committee
Mark & Debbie Attanasio
Abigail Disney & Pierre Hauser
Roy P. & Sheri Disney
Timothy & Neda Disney
Amb. & Mrs. John Gavin
Stephen & Claudia Glynn
Stanley & Ilene Gold
Bob Iger & Willow Bay
Jerry & Terri Kohl
Michael & Liz Nyman
Dr. Bill Resnick & Michael Stubbs
Anne Sweeney & Philip Miller

SPONSORED BY

Disney logo
Shamrock Holdings, Inc. logo
PricewaterhouseCoopers logo
Zenith logo
Los Angeles Magazine logo
Wells Fargo logo
Scott Mauro Entertainment logo
Great Taste Catering logo
Siragen Pharmaceuticals logo
UBS logo
The Bel Air logo
Los Angeles Magazine logo
Shepherd Kaplan logo
Don Francisco's Coffee logo
Sprinkles logo

An Unforgettable Evening is a private garden party and auction held in the spring to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles.

100% of funds raised benefit the Disney Family Fund of Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles

Disney Family Fund
As a loving memorial tribute to Patricia Disney, her children (Abigail, Roy, Susan, and Timothy) established the Disney Family Fund to benefit Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles. The Fund supports programs and services targeting families from diverse communities across the greater Los Angeles area. The Disney family recognizes that Alzheimer’s does not discriminate; therefore they are committed to ensuring that no one goes without access to essential programs, services, and resources. Regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, geography, age, or socio-economic status… the Disney Family Fund provides support, education, and connections when people impacted by Alzheimer’s or dementia need it most.