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There is currently a technical issue with forms on our website, which we are working to resolve. In most instances there are alternatives in place, but otherwise please contact the relevant team.

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Gifts in memory

Giving a gift in memory is a very special way to remember a loved one. It honours their memory while giving hope to others who have dementia.

donate in memory

Donations in memory of loved ones are very special gifts and, as such, are deeply appreciated by Alzheimer's Society. Your gift will help us to carry out research and to provide vital services to help people with dementia and those who care for them.

Thank you for thinking of Alzheimer's Society at this time. If you need any support or assistance, the in memory team is here to help.

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At the moment we are having problems with our online forms. If you would like to make a gift in memory, you can contact our Customer Care Team on 0845 306 0898 and make a credit or debit card donation over the phone.

If you would like to Gift Aid your donation, please download a donation form.

Organising a funeral collection

If you are organising a funeral collection and would like to ask for donations to Alzheimer's Society, perhaps instead of flowers, we can provide collection envelopes for you to give to family and friends at the service. Please email inmemory@alzheimers.org.uk to request your envelopes or call us on 0845 306 0898. 

Setting up a Tribute Fund

A Tribute Fund is a wonderful way to celebrate the life of someone you care about whilst supporting Alzheimer's Society. For more information, please visit our Tribute Funds page.

Online memorial pages

If you would like to set up a page in memory of your loved one online, please visit our JustGiving In Memory page.

Please send donations to:

Alzheimer's Society
Scott Lodge
Scott Road
Plymouth PL2 3DU

What we do

Find out more about Alzheimer's Society and what we do to support families affected by dementia.

       

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