Houston Blondes vs. Brunettes: Benefitting the Alzheimer's Association

Blondes vs. Brunettes
Powder Puff Football Game

$192,695 raised, $7,305  To GO

Houston’s Blondes vs. Brunettes®

Two teams, divided to reflect the age-old rivalry between Blondes and Brunettes, compete in this battle against Alzheimer’s. Red heads and everyone else in between are free agents and choose their team. Ladies play, gents coach, but anyone can volunteer or make a donation to BvB Houston.


Blondes vs. Brunettes® is the Flag Football sensation sweeping the nation to help fight Alzheimer’s disease. In 2006, the Alzies, a young professionals’ committee which supports the Alzheimer’s Association Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter, brought this epic ladies’ flag football game to our hometown with the goal of increasing awareness and support of Alzheimer’s disease in the greater Houston area.

The event was a huge success and has since raised over $850,000 to support the Alzheimer’s Association’s FREE programs and services for the more than 60,000 people served in the Houston and Southeast Texas area, as well as for research to find a cure. Together with other Alzheimer’s Association Chapters around the country, Blondes vs. Brunettes has raised over $2,000,000.

This year, over 250 of Houston’s finest young professionals and philanthropists will be playing, coaching, volunteering, and raising money to tackle Alzheimer’s disease. We’re back and ready to continue the fight!

Our Sponsors

Sponsorships start at only $500. We take pride in offering mutually-beneficial sponsorship packages that offer a wide range of rewards for participating companies and organizations.

To learn how you can impact the success of the event while displaying a commitment to the local community and promoting your business to Houston’s up-and-coming young professionals, check out the Sponsors Page or contact Alexis at 713.314.1331 or aeaton@alz.org.

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Game Day Admission

For each $25 donation, you will receive one admission. Kids 18 and under are free.

Alzheimer Association