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Working together we can help support people with dementia in Scotland, reducing stigma and isolation and helping to create a more dementia friendly society. Working together, we can make a difference.
Our award winning Corporate Fundraising Team would be delighted to discuss with you how we could work in partnership with your organisation. Please do call our team on 0131 243 1453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How your support can help
£15 Our Freephone Dementia Helpline takes over 5,000 calls annually providing information and emotional support. £15 will provide a basic information pack for a carer, sent out in response to a call to the Helpline.
£25 Pays for a day’s running costs for one of our mobile information vehicles to raise awareness of dementia and bring information on the condition to local communities.
£100 Helps us to continue our vital medical and social research connected with understanding dementia, its early detection and development of future treatments.
£500 Courses can help support partners and family members in their caring role and can delay the admission of the person with dementia into long-term care. £500 will pay for five carers to attend a day’s course on dementia care with our highly trained staff.
£1000 Will give you the personal satisfaction that you have funded almost a week of our vital 24 hour Freephone Dementia Helpline service, making sure no-one faces dementia on their own.
£3000 Would help fund one of our Dementia Cafes or Reminiscence groups for one year.
£15,000 This is the amount of fundraised income we need every day to provide our networks of Dementia Advisors and Dementia Nurses across Scotland, our 24-hour Dementia Helpline, the Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre, our Reminiscence Networks and to campaign for the rights of people with dementia, their partners and families.