Kate Lee, Chief Executive of Alzheimer's Society, shares the story of her mum living with dementia, and why she has decided to leave a gift in her Will.
By attending one of our Legacy events, you will have a chance to hear from fellow supporters who have been inspired to leave a gift in their Will, find out about the cutting-edge research that gifts in Wills are currently funding, and to catch up on developments in your local area.
If you’re looking to get in touch with someone about your Will, we have a dedicated team of Legacy Giving Officers in your region who will be happy to help.
Dementia is responsible for more deaths in the UK than any other condition and somebody develops dementia every three minutes. At this moment, there are over 850,000 people in the UK living with dementia, with this number set to increase significantly in the near future.
Our Will writing scheme, Will to Remember, offers trusted will-writing advice. Join our Solicitors Network to find new clients and unite with us against dementia.
We can help you get an up-to-date Will, in a way that works best for you – in person with a local solicitor, online or over the phone with our partners, Farewill. When you write or update your Will, you can also do something incredible: leave a legacy to help us fight dementia.
Advice and practical tips for planning ahead as an LGBTQ+ person living with dementia.
Our Legacy Case team are experienced in dealing with all probate administration matters and welcome the opportunity to work with Executors to make the process as straightforward as possible.
Leaving a gift in your Will to Alzheimer’s Society will help to make sure we can plan far ahead and achieve our vision: a world without dementia.