And The Winners Are:

A helicopter dropped 1611 golf balls from 100 feet above the Indian River Colony Club Hole #9 – the golf ball closest to the pin won!

A big thank you to The Waite Company for sponsoring this exciting event!

Grand Prize: Sarah O. of Palm Bay (Ball 1478)

2nd Place: Scott C. (Ball 1028)

3rd Place: Walter D. (Ball 1267)

4th Place: Melonie H. (Ball 1383)

5th Place: Robert H. (Ball 1403)

On April 10, 2021, the Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation will hosted the inaugural Helicopter Ball Drop, where a helicopter released up to 1,611 golf balls over Hole #9 of the Indian River Colony Club in Viera, Florida. The golf ball that is closest to the pin was the winner of $5,000. Other prizes include an Apple iPad and a $250 gift card. All proceeds  benefit the Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation.

Rules and Regulations:
The golf balls will be numbered individually and assigned randomly by staff. We will email all participants their assigned numbers prior to the drop. The winning golf ball numbers will be available on our Facebook page immediately following the contest, and a Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation staff member will immediately contact the winners.


  • 1st Place: $5000 CASH
  • 2nd Place: $500 CASH or Apple iPad- 10.2-Inch iPad (Latest Model) with Wi-Fi – 128GB
  • 3rd Place: $250 VISA Gift Card
  • 4th Place $100 VISA Gift Card
  • 5th Place $50 VISA Gift Card

You do not need to be at the event to win and the winners will be selected on Saturday, April 10th, 2021.

Golf balls will be available for purchase online until Friday, April 9th, 11:59 pm.

A $20 donation will deliver 336 meals to at-risk seniors

A $99 donation will deliver 1,680 meals to at-risk seniors

Thank you for  “Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW)” for allowing us to use their video.




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Did You Know?

An estimated 1 in 9 Americans were food insecure, equating to over 37 million Americans.

Helping Alzheimer’s and Food Insecurity


Alzheimer’s disease is the disease that you don’t think about until it affects you, or someone you know, personally. It’s the “scary” disease with no cure. The disease that no one wants to talk about. It’s just too frightening to think about. If we did, we would have to imagine someone we love who is now a stranger, even to themselves. Not only a stranger, but someone completely incapable of taking care of themselves at some point in the disease progression. Completely incapable of the everyday things we take for granted. What if you forgot how to brush your teeth? The brush is completely foreign- you, literally, have no idea what it is used for. Someone you love patiently explains it to you and teaches you to use it, but just a few short moments after, it’s forgotten until you do this same dance tomorrow.

Food Insecurity

When the major of seniors became home-bound due to the pandemic, the Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation started multiple programs to help at-risk seniors with no or limited access to food. Within one year, the foundation delivered over 750,000 meals to over 10,000 seniors. Extensive research reveals food insecurity is a complex problem. Many people do not have the resources to meet their basic needs, challenges which increase a family’s risk of food insecurity. Though food insecurity is closely related to poverty, not all people living below the poverty line experience food insecurity (especially seniors affected by the pandemic) and people living above the poverty line can experience food insecurity.

Did You Know?

Nearly 5.3 million senior citizens currently face hunger in our country. After a lifetime of hard work, many older adults find themselves facing an impossible choice — to pay for groceries or medical care.

Did You Know?

All (100%) of the money raised from the ALZBallDrop goes to direct services for those at risk and need food delivered to their homes. No middlemen. No marketing company. No admin costs.