Sport United Against Dementia

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Sport is a crucial aspect of so many people’s lives. It connects people of all ages, races and backgrounds, builds memories that last a lifetime and engages people with dementia like nothing else.

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How will my one off donation help?

  • £50Can begin someone’s Dementia Connect journey with a call from one of our telephone-based Dementia Advisers. This first contact with a person living with dementia, their carer, or family member is the initial step in understanding how we can best support them.

    Donate £50

  • £30Could allow people to access Talking Point, our online safe space, where a trouble shared can become a trouble halved. People accessing Talking Point can learn from each other’s experiences, share their frustrations and their knowledge of local services

    Donate £30

  • £20Could support our Dementia Friends programme, reducing stigma, and increasing awareness of dementia. This could enable people from sports clubs and grounds to help people with dementia enjoy a match day, safely.

    Donate £20

  • 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