Give a gift to Alzheimer's Society

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Your contribution will help us to fund research, challenge perceptions and improve care and support for everyone affected by dementia.

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How will my one off donation help?

  • £5When you're dealing with dementia, you need to know you're not alone. Logging on to Talking Point - the online community - means people can share their experiences, challenges, and offload in a safe space. Your gift could allow 30 people to log on to Talking Point.

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  • £10Receiving a dementia diagnosis is a scary and challenging time and finding accurate information is more important than ever. Nobody should have to cope with dementia alone. Your gift could help six people find up to date information on local and virtual support services in their local area.

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  • £20Caring for someone with dementia can be an enormous challenge. Many carers spending more than 100 hours per week on caring for their loved one. When it all becomes too much, an understanding voice at the end of the phone can be a lifeline - sharing information, advice, and providing much needed emotional support. Your gift could pay for a Dementia Adviser to offer two hours of support.

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  • Expenditure

    88 pence in every £1 of total expenditure was spent on direct costs towards improving the lives of people with dementia.

    The remaining 12 pence in every £1 was spent to support our frontline activity including IT and premises.

    How we raise and spend our money




  • Our fundraising promise

    Alzheimer's Society is a community of supporters, volunteers and staff passionate about making a difference to the lives of people with dementia. Thank you so much for being part of it!

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Sir Tony Robinson

Why I support Alzheimer's Society

When dementia took my mum and dad, I made a pledge to help create a dementia-free future for my grandchildren. That’s why I’m asking you to make a gift. No matter what size, it has the potential to assist in finding a cure for dementia. What a truly wonderful thought that is.- Sir Tony Robinson