It's only with your support that we can continue to make sure nobody faces dementia alone.
There are so many ways to support Alzheimer Scotland which doesn’t include fundraising or donating money. Find out more below.
Alzheimer Scotland has two charity shops in Forres and Golspie.
Find out the ways you can support Alzheimer Scotland when you're shopping.
Find out more about the importance of volunteers to Alzheimer Scotland.
Become a member of Alzheimer Scotland today.
Alzheimer Scotland rely on your donations to make sure nobody faces dementia alone.
Join Team AlzScot! Fundraising for us means that together we can make sure nobody faces dementia alone.
Honour your loved ones by leaving a gift in their memory.
Instead of gifts, why not use your birthday, wedding, anniversary or other special occasion to raise money for Alzheimer Scotland.
Legacies, or gifts in Wills, are hugely important to us in maintaining and developing all aspects of our work.
By purchasing our tartan, you're not only supporting people living with dementia, their carers and families but also providing invaluable funding for world-leading research to find a cure.
From sporting and challenge events like marathons, treks and even zipslides; to events taking place in your local community, there's lots of ways to get involved.
Complete 90km to support and raise funds for the 90,000 people living with dementia in Scotland.
Martin Compston, star of the BBC drama Line of Duty, has stepped out to throw his support behind the launch of Alzheimer Scotland’s Memory Walk campaign today
Nick Gardner inspires the country to get out and walk for Scotland’s Memory Walk 2021