Other ways to donate
Donate by phone
To make a donation by phone, please call us on 0330 333 0804
Donate by text
Text one of the following codes to make a one-off donation and help us continue to lead the fight against dementia:
- Cure £3 to 70144
- Cure £5 to 70144
- Cure £10 to 70144
Your donation will either be added to your phone bill or deducted from your credit.
Terms and conditions
Texts will be charged at your standard network rate. Alzheimer's Society receives 100% of your donation. Obtain bill payers permission. Customer Care 0330 333 0804. Charity no. 296645.
Reply 'NOCALL' at any time if you would not like to be contacted by phone in the future.
Donate by post
Please download our donations form, and send it along with your cheques/postal orders to:
All donations will be acknowledged as soon as possible by post.
Cheques or postal orders should be made payable to 'Alzheimer's Society'. Unfortunately we can't accept cash due to security reasons.
How your donation helps
By 2021, over 1 million people in the UK will be living with dementia. Alzheimer’s Society is the only UK charity focused on addressing the growing dementia crisis from all sides.
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.
How we spend your donations
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 Helpline, 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.