May Newsletter

May is shaping up to be an exciting month! With our largest fundraiser of the year happening, we’re looking forward to raising funds for our new programs focusing on caregivers.

Silent Auction Preview

Our Pickle for a Purpose fundraiser on May 21 will have a silent auction that you can bid on at the event or from your phone at home! Here are some exciting items that will be in the auction:

  • Championship Themed Wine Bottles

  • Srixon Golf Clubs

  • Cole Swindell Concert/Meet & Greet Tickets

  • Whiskey Myers Signed Guitar

  • And much more!

Dinner With The Champions

NASCAR is headed to Iowa Speedway and we’re going back to our roots of dirt racing! On Saturday, June 15, the RBFF along with Dave, Ryan and Dale Blaney will be hosting a fundraiser at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum in Knoxville, Iowa. Come join the Blaney Champions for dinner and a meet & greet, all while watching the World of Outlaw Sprint Cars rip around Knoxville Raceway. Visit to purchase your tickets! All proceeds will go to the Iowa Alzheimer’s Association.

Love Your Brain

We’re excited to announce our new partnership with the Love Your Brain Foundation. The RBFF has donated $15,000 in grants to support transformative retreat experiences for caregivers of people impacted by brain injury and concussion. We’re so excited to be able to provide these grants for caregivers, as we know how important it is for caregivers to get the support they need. Visit the Love Your Brain website to learn more about their mission.

New Online Store Arrivals

Need some new RBFF apparel or merchandise? Check out our online store to see all the new arrivals, with more to come over the next few months. We’re currently loving our new Blaney Pups Stickers and these super soft RBFF Logo Tees!

Things we’re loving:

Gardening With Grandma

This book from Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is designed to be used as a tool for adults to teach children about Alzheimer’s disease! You can purchase one here.

Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Prevention Center at Cleveland Clinic

The Cleveland Clinic is now expanding the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Prevention Center into Ohio. The WAM works to change the future for women and Alzheimer’s disease by focusing on research, education, advocacy and clinical care.

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