Leaving a gift in your will

Including a Gift in your Will means that everyone, at any stage of their dementia journey, can continue to receive 24-hour information and emotional support through our Freephone Helpline as well as finding a warm welcome and expert advice in our growing network of local Dementia Resource Centres.

You’ll also be helping to ensure that the voices of people living with dementia are being heard, as well as making Scotland the best place in the world to invest in groundbreaking dementia research.

You will help bring us closer to our shared vision of a world where nobody faces dementia alone.

Including us in your Will is so straightforward.

When talking to your solicitor, give our full charity name, address and Scottish charity number as follows:

Alzheimer Scotland - Action on Dementia
160 Dundee Street
EH11 1DQ
Scottish Charity No. SC022315.

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Imagine that one day a simple treatment might exist.
Future generations will thank you for your belief in the research carried out now. Our vision is that one day, all forms of dementia will be treatable and then eventually preventable.
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Our 24 hour Freephone Dementia Helpline began in 1989 and has supported thousands of people in this time. Day or night, we are just a phone call away. We also offer a warm welcome in our locations across Scotland, including our growing number of Dementia Resource Centres.

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We are passionate about promoting and supporting the active voice of people with lived experience of dementia. As well as influencing Scotland’s Dementia policy, we continue to influence and improve practice.
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Our community groups and activities continue to grow across Scotland. People with dementia and their family members, partners or friends can spend quality time together, or they can choose to have some time to themselves - reassured that their loved one is in safe hands. 

Why I've pledged a Gift in my Will

Don't have a Will at present?

If you don’t have a Will or wish to update your existing arrangements, you can use any solicitor.