Alzheimer Scotland is the leading dementia organisation in Scotland.

 

We need to raise £15,000 every single day to provide vital support for people with dementia those who care for them across the country, from Shetland to Stranraer.

Gifts in wills or legacies are hugely important to us in maintaining and developing all aspects of our work including:

Caption: Leave a gift in your will to support those with a diagnosis in the future

  • Dementia Resource Centres and community-based support services
  • Dementia Advisors
  • Dementia Nurses
  • Our 24 hour Dementia Helpline (0808 808 3000)
  • Dementia Research 

Including us in your will is easy:

  1. Talk to your solicitor. 
  2. Give them our full charity name and address:
    Alzheimer Scotland - Action on Dementia, 160 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH11 1DQ, and cite our Scottish Charity No. SC022315

 Tell us about your legacy plans

If you have chosen to include a gift to Alzheimer Scotland in your Will, we would love to know, so that we can thank you properly and ensure that we keep in touch in the way you choose.

You are under no obligation to tell us what you have decided to leave Alzheimer Scotland in your Will, but we do like to thank those generous supporters who are kind enough to remember us in this way.

If you wish to tell us your intentions, please complete the notification form and return it to us at the address on the form.  You can also find a printed blank copy of the form in our Legacy Pack which includes other useful information about planning your will and shows the good use to which we will put your legacy.

 For more information

  • Contact us by phone (0131 243 1453), email (legacies@alzscot.org) or by post at Alzheimer Scotland, 160 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH11 1DQ
  • Alternatively, read or download our Your Legacy pack to find out more.

Legacy Pack Contents

  • Your legacy - find out why your gift is needed.
  • Planning your Will - this leaflet will help you prepare for meeting your solicitor to talk about making or changing your Will.
  • Notification form - help us plan ahead with confidence by giving us notice of your intention to leave us a gift in your Will.
  • An executor's guide - a brief guide to the roles and responsibilities of an executor.  Includes a glossary of legal terms.
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