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Support us today

Your support means Dementia UK can provide specialist Admiral Nurses to families affected by dementia. Admiral Nurses work alongside families to give them the one-to-one support, expert guidance and practical solutions they need to face dementia with more confidence and less fear.

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Give in memory

Commemorate your loved one with a donation to Dementia UK, and your gift will help provide specialist Admiral Nurses to families living with dementia.

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Give monthly

A monthly donation means ongoing funding for the vital work of Admiral Nurses – giving life-changing support to families facing dementia.

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Make a single donation

A donation to Dementia UK helps Admiral Nurses reach even more families – with the advice and support they need to face dementia with more confidence.

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Take on a challenge

Walk, run or cycle to raise money for Dementia UK and you’ll be a winner twice over: crossing that finish line, and doing it all for dementia nurses!

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Do your own thing

You may have something else in mind entirely. Just let us know what you’re planning and we’ll support you to make your event a success.

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Gifts in Wills

By leaving a gift in your Will, you can help ensure that a specialist Admiral Nurse will be there to support families living with dementia.

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Set up a remembrance fund

A remembrance fund is an online memorial to your loved one. It provides a space for family and friends to donate to Dementia UK in memory of that person, as well as post thoughts, photos and share their memories, or to light a virtual candle on a special anniversary.

Reading the messages can be a source of comfort and it can be inspiring to know that all of the money raised in your loved one’s name will help families affected by dementia.

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