Last summer, I joined BvB Dallas, a non-profit dedicated to raising money for Alzheimer’s Disease research, support, and treatment. I want to thank you all for your generosity and support last year. Thanks to you, I was able to personally raise a lot of money and was one of BvB Dallas’ Top Fundraisers. As an organization, we raised more than $680,000. This wouldn’t have been possible if not for people like you.
I was so inspired by BvB Dallas and what we accomplished last year that I decided to get more involved. This year, I'm back as a Coach and I'm also lucky enough to serve as Sponsorship Chair for Team Blonde (I work with BvB Dallas' awesome leadership and corporations and individual sponsors to develop partnerships and opportunities to give). It's challenge that is well worth undertaking given the success and impact of this organization. It's really amazing to see a group of young professionals that is so motivated to work every day in support of those suffering from an illness for which there is no cure. We are helping the heroes among us working on the front lines get closer and closer to solving this puzzle.
For me, this is a labor of love because I get to do it in honor of my Grandfather, Col. William B. Liddicoet. In 2015, after a 10-year battle, Grandpa lost his life to the disease. He was witty, a gentleman, and one of the smartest people I’ve ever known. As the disease progressed, so much of the man we knew began to disappear, as Grandpa became a shell of himself, trapped by the constrictions of the disease. My family’s experience with Alzheimer’s is all too common, and I’m involved with BvB in his honor.
Based on the successes from last year, I am asking for your support in reaching my fundraising goals this year as we work to tackle Alzheimer's. Donations of all sizes and amounts are welcomed and appreciated. You can donate to me directly on this page. If you'd rather send a check, please send it to
5050 Capitol Ave, 151
Dallas, TX 75206
If possible, all contributions need to be submitted by August 7, 2019. This illness is terrible and affecting more people by the day, but it’s a fight worth fighting, and I want you all to know how much I appreciate your helping me do so. Thank you for your support.