For over 25 years, LAGOS has supported philanthropy partner Keep Memory Alive, contributing annually to its research and programs dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by brain disorders. Steven Lagos’s grandparents suffered from Alzheimer’s, and he watched as the disease took a toll on the patients as well as their families and caregivers. He realized just how difficult the experience is for everyone involved and has been committed to Keep Memory Alive ever since.
Last month, Steven delighted guests at Keep Memory Alive’s annual Power of Love® gala, with a limited-edition ceramic Caviar bracelet, especially designed to support the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. Available in lilac ceramic and sterling silver, this collectible piece helped commemorate a special evening and act as a memento for future reflection.
To make the evening even more special, entrepreneur, television personality, and brand friend, Heather Thomson, joined the LAGOS team in Las Vegas to help draw attention to this important cause. Heather shares Steven Lagos’s personal connection to the organization, as she watched her grandmother develop Alzheimer’s and became her advocate at age 17.
Heather returns to Las Vegas March 23-26, to continue building memories and create new connections with her upcoming Freedom Retreat. Using workshops & workouts, observations and conscious practices, Heather offers attendees the opportunity to open up to the power of nature to transform our lives, uplift our spirits, and to direct our bodies to a healthier potential.
A longtime fan of LAGOS, Heather embodies our brand values and is passionate about helping women create the life they want. Her upcoming retreat is just one example of the many opportunities (including expeditions to Kilimanjaro and Nepal) that she offers for women to connect, as she shares her expertise in leadership and health & wellness for mind and body.