Keep your brain active with our monthly Brain Workout puzzle pack delivered straight to your door!
What is Brain Workout?
Brain Workout is a fun way to keep your brain active while supporting people living with dementia.
When you sign up to Brain Workout, you can choose how much you wish to donate monthly and in return you’ll receive a pack of stimulating puzzles every month! With a variety of puzzles in every pack – like cryptic cross words and stimulating sudokus - there’s plenty to keep your brain ticking all while supporting a vital cause.
Your donation provides help and hope to people living with dementia, from supporting vital dementia advisors to funding world-leading research in dementia. Find out more about how your gift helps to create lasting change.
How does it work?
To start receiving your own Brain Workout puzzle pack, simply click on the ‘sign up’ button on this page. You will be directed to our secure donation page where you can choose your regular monthly donation amount to Alzheimer’s Society by Direct Debit.
You can choose one of the following dates to make your monthly payment: 1st, 8th, 15th or 22nd of the month. If your first payment is made on 22nd of the month then you will receive your first pack the following month. E.G if your first direct debit payment is 22nd June then you will get your first puzzle at the end of July/beginning of August. Then your July payment pays for your August puzzle and so on.
Once you’ve set up your Direct Debit we’ll post your Welcome Pack which includes a taster pack of puzzles out to you within 14 working days. Your monthly pack will be sent around the 28th of each month so keep an eye out for your puzzles!
How do we decide on what puzzles to include?
Each month we send out a different combination of word, number and logic puzzles designed to challenge your brain.
We are proud to partner with the amazing folks at Take a Break Puzzle magazines to ensure you get a variety every month. Take a Break have been producing puzzles for over 30 years, so we know your brain is in safe hands.