Virtual Carols at Christmas 2020

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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?

  • £10means that 10 people could find vital support services - both local and virtual – through the Dementia Directory online resource. Not only will these groups help them to live well with their condition but will also keep them connected to other people.

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  • £25could provide two hours of specialist advice via the Dementia Connect Support Line. With people more isolated than ever before, it's critical that people affected by dementia can speak to an expert on the Dementia Connect Support Line seven days a week.

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  • £100means that a specialist Dementia Adviser could get in touch with 26 people who need to know they're not alone. Welfare Calls from Dementia Advisers have given people affected by dementia the support and reassurance they've needed this year.

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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.

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  • 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