Ways To Give In Memory
Celebrate the life of a loved one in a special way by making a donation in their memory. Here are different ways you can do so while helping improve the lives of people affected by dementia.
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Donations In Memory Of Loved One
Make a donation in memory of a loved one, friend, or colleague who has passed away:
Do you wish to invite your family and friends to make a donation to the Alzheimer Society of Montreal in memory of someone who has passed away? We invite you to include the following message in the funeral announcement: In lieu of flowers, the family invites you to make a donation to the Alzheimer Society of Montreal.In case of continued strike action by Canada Post, you can make an In Memoriam donation by phone or online.PDF Form
How Your Donation Helps
Your donations enable us to research into care and cure, provide support and training, and campaign for the rights of people living with dementia.
Last year, your gifts helped over 200,000 people who were affected by dementia, but we need to increase this to ensure that no one has to face dementia alone. Find out more about how your money helps people affected by dementia.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Wills
What are Alzheimer’s Society’s charity details?
If you decide you would like to include a gift to Alzheimer’s Society, you need to know our registered charity number and address which must be written into your Will.
Alzheimer’s SocietyRegistered charity number: 296645
Is there suggested wording to leave a gift in my Will?
Your solicitor should be familiar with the wording required to leave a gift in your Will, however please find below some suggested wording your solictior may wish to use. Please refer to the glossary for any explanations of terms used.
If You Wish To Donate To Alzheimers And Dementia Support Services We Have A Variety Of Different Methods Which You Can Use Every Donation Large Or Small Will Directly Benefit People With Living With Dementia And Their Carers
If you wish to donate to us online you can do this through the website here
Donating over the Phone
If you wish to make a donation over the phone, please give us a call on 01474 533990 and someone will be happy to help you!
Donating by Cheque
To donate by cheque please make this payable to Alzheimers and Dementia Support Services and post it to our hub Alzheimers & Dementia Support Services, Safeharbour, Coldharbour Road, Northfleet, Kent DA11 8AE.
Give as you Live
Do you shop online? Did you know that you can raise funds for Alzheimers & Dementia Support Services with no extra costs to you. . Its very easy to use so please if you shop regularly using the internet please consider signing up.
If youre a UK tax payer, the Government will add nearly 25% to your donation through Gift Aid at no extra cost to you so please be sure to tick the Gift Aid box!
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How We Can Work Together
Our major supporters are partners in creating change. By joining this philanthropic community, you can be part of building a brighter future for everyone affected by dementia.
For gifts over £10,000, you can choose where the donation is spent. That could mean supporting researchers early in their careers, tackling extreme loneliness by focusing on immediate services, or amplifying the voices of people affected by dementia.
We work with every person and foundation individually. As a key philanthropic partner, you will have a designated point of contact who will work to recognise your support and communicate your impact in a way that suits you, while navigating your desired outcome from the relationship.
How Can You Help Make Alzheimers A Memory
Your donation is key to Alzheimers Tennessee, Inc.s mission to serve those facing Alzheimers disease and related dementias, to promote brain health through education, and to champion global research, prevention and treatment efforts. Your gift will make a difference in the lives of people living with Alzheimers disease and encourage research to improve treatment, care and prevention. Donations are tax-deductible.
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Improve Quality Of Life
Donate to the Life with Alzheimers Fund today to help achieve wide-reaching effects in the lives of Canadians living with Alzheimers disease. Your generous gift will increase access to critical services and programs. You will also help scientists get one step closer to finding the cure beating this devastating disease once and for all.
How Your Specialist Knowledge Can Make A Difference
Your knowledge and expertise are invaluable. If you have the time and desire to work with us in partnership, we have a number of opportunities for you to add value to, through your unique experience. Could one of these be your next project?
- Insurance United Against Dementia: Our flagship campaign making the insurance industry more inclusive and supportive for people affected by dementia.
- Sports United Against Dementia: Like our insurance campaign, this is building a more inclusive industry, from grassroots clubs to our partnership with the FA.
- Research Impact Fund: Donors can play a significant role in the breakthroughs that can lead to dementia risk reduction and improved diagnosis and treatments. The fund seeks to give researchers the best chance of making meaningful, game-changing discoveries leading to lifechanging impact for people affected by dementia.
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Check Out More Unique Ways To Give
You can choose from several other unique ways to give to the Alzheimer Society. You can: buy a Forget Me Not necklace or keepsake for yourself or to give as a gift donate a vehicle and get a tax receipt donate through ChangeIt®.
for more information on these interesting alternative ways to give!
The Society hosts a variety of fundraising events throughout the year. The revenue supports the important work we do.
Wording For A Pecuniary Gift
‘I give the sum of absolutely to the Alzheimer’s Society of 43-44 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AE, Registered Charity Number 296645 and I declare that the receipt of the treasurer or any other proper authorised officer of any charity benefitting under my Will shall be a sufficient discharge for my Trustees who shall not be concerned as to the application of any gifts or payment.’
Should you or your solicitor require any further information regarding wording, then please contact us at , or call our Customer Care team on 0330 333 0804 and we’ll arrange a call from your local legacy officer.
I already have a Will. Can I update it to include Alzheimer’s Society?
Yes. You can add a codicil for any minor changes to your Will, including the addition of a charity. When you speak to your solicitor they will advise you if a codicil is the best option. If there are several changes to make it may be more appropriate to re-write your Will – which doesn’t cost much more.
Can I specify how I would like my gift to be used?
Yes. Please contact the Legacy Team for more information on or call our Customer Care team who can connect you to the right person 0330 333 0804.
Will my gift be taxed?
No. Gifts to charities are exempt from Inheritance Tax and this can be a way of reducing exposure of your estate to tax. For more information, visit the HM Revenue & Customs website.
How much does the gift have to be to make a real difference?
Is there any way to get involved and support as a solicitor?
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Make A Gift Change A Life
Alzheimer’s Texas is 100% privately funded and relies on donors like you to carry out of mission of supporting people with Alzheimer’s and related disorders, their families and caregivers, and advancing research. 100% of your donation will be used locally.
We are a tax-exempt organization under Section 5013 of the Internal Revenue Code, ID# 74-2286105.
Below are some ways you can show your support to those who support families with Alzheimer’s disease.
Help Us Make A Difference During Covid
Alzheimer and dementia associations all over the world are having to dramatically change the way they are providing support and information to people living with dementia and their carers. ADI too has also radically and quickly refocused our work to enable associations to upscale helplines, adapt to online and tele-support and to ensure that the rights of people living with dementia to treatment and care are upheld.
We are hearing some truly heartbreaking stories from our associations around the world, alongside heartwarming examples when they find new ways to deliver vital support and care.
Please donate $10, $25, $50 or whatever you can afford, and we will make sure that we do everything we can to support people living with dementia.
Donate by credit or debit card using the links below. You will be transferred to a secure page hosted by Enthuse where you can donate.
All donations will be acknowledged by email. If you wish to give a donation in memory of a friend, we will be pleased to send an acknowledgement to their family. Please contact us after you have made a donation, with details of your friends name and to whom the acknowledgement should be sent.
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An Easy Way To Contribute To Alzheimers Research
Did you know that you can easily contribute to Alzheimers research by investing your spare change?
InvestAcure is an online investment platform designed to automatically donate the spare change off of your purchases and put it toward Alzheimers research trials.
The idea is that every time you make a purchase online, InvestAcure will automatically round the purchase up to the next dollar and apply the extra amount to your investment portfolio. The amount invested will then go directly to clinical trials for potential Alzheimers treatments.
The company was founded in 2017 by Max Tokarsky, an entrepreneur who recognized a serious problem facing Alzheimers researchers and borrowed a solution from popular investment apps. Tokarsky has since brought on a board of Alzheimers scientists who will weigh in on the most promising trials to fund.
While InvestAcure isnt your best option if you want your investment to pay off in a profit, it does provide the added benefit of promising that if the trials end up resulting in a treatment for Alzheimers, you will get a share of the profits.
If youre interested in learning more about how to contribute to Alzheimers with the company, visit InvestAcures website.
Do you have any other ideas on how to contribute to Alzheimers research? Wed like to hear your suggestions in the comments below.
What Else Do You Need To Know
- The essentials: You can learn more about our impact and accounts by reading through our annual report.
- Increase your impact: By claiming Gift Aid as a higher rate tax payer, every £1,000 you donate could be worth over £1,700 to Alzheimers Society.
- Donating shares is an easy and tax efficient way to support people affected by dementia.
Whether you are an individual philanthropist, want to make a significant donation as a family, or are part of a trust or foundation, you can play play a vital role in supporting people affected by dementia.
Let’s talk about how you can make an impact
Please contact Sally Davies, Head of Philanthropy.
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Make A Gift Of Publicly Traded Securities
Includes gifts of stocks, bonds, mutual fund units and shares.
Benefits to donors:
- Subject to generous tax incentives
- No capital gains tax on gifts of publicly-traded securities to public charities
- One of the most tax effective ways to make a donation
If a person donates a stock originally purchased for $300 that has grown to a fair market value of $1,000 and transfers ownership to the Alzheimer Society, he or she will receive a tax receipt for $1,000 from the Alzheimer Society and will not have to pay tax on the gain.
charitable donation of securities form.
For Every Pound We Spend 88p Goes Directly Towards Improving The Lives Of People Affected By Dementia
Thanks to generous people like you, last year we answered 45,000 calls to our Dementia Connect support line, trained 2.8 million Dementia Friends, and invested £37 million into research, just to name a few of the incredible things that your kind gifts help to fund.
Your support ensures that we can offer help to those who need it most whilst looking for a cure and trying to create a more dementia friendly society.
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Ways To Contribute To The Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre
There are lots of ways you can contribute to our Dementia Research Centre:
- Make a single or regular donation to Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre. To do so, please send a cheque accompained by a letter to the Centre – note cheques should be made payable to ‘University of Edinburgh’
- Organise a fundraising event for the Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre
- Encourage companies to support the Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre
- Remember us in your Will
To discuss making a donation or how you can raise funds for the Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre, please contact:
T: 0131 650 4340
Alzheimers: Devastating For Both Those Who Live With Alzheimers And Their Loved Ones
Alzheimers is a life-altering disease. Across Canada there are more than 747,000 people with dementia or Alzheimers.1 With no known cure and irreversible effects, the diagnosis can be heartbreaking for everyone involved.
Compassionate assistive services and research are critical to maintain quality of life for people living with Alzheimers and other forms of dementia.
Advancing research and funding care
Many organizations continue their research to find a cure and new treatments to improve quality of life. And others are providing much-needed support for families during this difficult time. Work is also being done to raise awareness about the signs of Alzheimers. This ensures people know where to go for help and are able to catch it in the early stages.
Your help is needed to continue important research and ensure much-needed support is available to those who need it.
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About The Life With Alzheimers Fund
The Life with Alzheimers Fund includes more than 70 registered Canadian charities. The charities in this Fund are selected through an algorithmic approach, taking the charitys area of focus, mission, and description into account. To see the latest list of charities included in this Fund, you can view the list here.
Donations In Honour Of Loved One
Highlight a special event or pay tribute to a special person.
You can make a donation in honour of a birthday, wedding, anniversary, and a number of other special occasions celebrated by someone close to you. In case of continued strike action by Canada Post, you can make an In Honorarium donation by phone or online.PDF Form
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