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Donate to Dementia UK today

With your support, we can be there for families facing dementia. Your donation will mean that we can provide much-needed advice and support to families and carers, particularly through our Dementia Helpline.

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Ways to give

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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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Leave a gift in your Will

Leaving a gift to us in your Will means giving the specialist dementia support of an Admiral Nurse to even more families facing dementia.

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Give in celebration

Planning a big celebration, such as a wedding or anniversary? Rather than asking for presents, why not invite family and friends to donate to Dementia UK?

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Give through your pay

Payroll Giving is an easy way to donate to Dementia UK each month. The donation comes directly out of your pay and is tax free.

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The difference we can make

Tina Wormley, from Leeds in Yorkshire, struggled to find the right care for her mother Mary, who was in the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Just three weeks before Mary died, Tina became aware of the Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline, and spoke to one of our expert dementia nurses.

It was the most helpful conversation I’d had in the 5 years we’d been struggling. It gave me a shot of strength that saw me through to the end of Mum’s life.

Tina is now campaigning for more Admiral Nurses in the community, as she believes every family living with dementia deserves to have the one-to-one support of a specialist dementia nurse.