Will you be part of the most memorable victory of them all?

Donate now

'Unite with us today and help beat dementia tomorrow.' Gordon Banks OBE and Sir Geoff Hurst | 1966 World Cup Winners

  • Direct Debit
  • Fundraising Regulator
  • Norton
  • Mastercard
  • Maestro
  • Visa
  • Amex
  • Paypal
  • Apple Pay

How will my monthly donation help?

  • £12per month could pay for five people with dementia to attend a peer support session this year. This would give them the chance to build a support network and reduce feelings of loneliness.

    Donate £12

  • £6per month could pay for a person with dementia and their carer to attend one of our Dementia Cafés for six weeks. At a Dementia Café, people can learn more about dementia, talk to people with similar experiences and gain practical skills. These skills can help them manage their condition in their daily life.

    Donate £6

  • £3per month could pay for us to recruit and induct one volunteer Dementia Friends Champion. These individuals will run Information Sessions about dementia in their community, inspiring around 100 new Dementia Friends to take action.

    Donate £3

How will my one off donation help?

  • £50could fund a post-doctoral researcher for one hour. This could allow them to carry out crucial research into the cause, care, cure and prevention of dementia.

    Donate £50

  • £20could provide practical and emotional support to a person who has just received a dementia diagnosis. It would pay for a Dementia Support Worker to spend an hour with them at their home.

    Donate £20

  • £10could pay for a person with dementia and their carer to meet new people and spend quality time together at one of our Dementia Café sessions.

    Donate £10

  • Expenditure

    89p in every £1 of total spend goes towards improving the lives of people with dementia.

    The remaining 11p in every £1 goes towards generating future income.


    How we raise and spend our money


  • Our fundraising promise

    We are clear about who we are, what we do and how your gift is used. We will never share your details for third parties to contact you nor sell on for financial gain.


    Read about our fundraising promise


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