Join our Craft Club: create Forget-Me-Not themed arts and crafts and raise money to help people with dementia
Join our Forget-Me-Not Craft Club this Summer and get your child a digital pack full of crafty ideas to create their own Forget-Me-Nots.
Whether they craft cards, bake biscuits, or knit a flower, they can collect donations for their creations and help people affected by dementia at the same time!
Registration for Forget-Me-Not Crafts is currently closed but watch this space for further updates later in the year.
Make it. Make a difference.
From baking biscuits to painting, knitting flowers to making cards, each masterpiece can make a real difference. We'll send you a digital guidebook with templates and instructions to create each craft, and by selling them to family and friends, your children could raise vital funds to help more people affected by dementia.
What is Forget-Me-Not Crafts?
Forget-Me-Not Crafts is a new fundraising initiative for Alzheimer’s Society encouraging children to craft forget-me-not flowers and raise some money to help beat dementia.
We'll email you guides for card-making, knitting, baking biscuits and painting, or your children can make their own forget-me-nots in any way they want.
When they’ve finished crafting, help them collect donations for their creations from friends and family – every pound raised will help us support anyone affected by dementia.
Why a Forget-Me-Not?
The forget-me-not is a small blue flower that represents remembrance. People with dementia may experience memory loss, among other symptoms. This makes the forget-me-not the perfect flower to represent our cause.
By creating forget-me-not themed crafts, your child is not only able to help raise awareness of Alzheimer's Society, but they'll be raising money to support people affected by dementia at the same time.
Pay in your fundraising
Pay in your fundraising below. Or if you haven't managed to do any fundraising yet, why not make a donation yourself? We are grateful for every pound raised that will help support people affected by dementia.
How your fundraising will make a difference
£50 - could help to develop the experts of the future by providing junior researchers with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and expertise of dementia.
£75 – pays for 20 people to become Dementia Friend’s, which allows us to provide society with information on the truth about Dementia and the impact it has on people’s lives.
£100 – will begin 10 people’s Dementia Connect journey by providing the first conversation with one of our telephone-based Dementia Advisers.