Welcome to the Northern Ireland area page. Here you can find out how to organize an event in your area, and see what events are coming up local to you.
Local fundraising news
Visit our fundraising news page to find out what's been happening in your local area and around Northern Ireland.
Fundraising contacts in your area
Your Community fundraiser is here to give you a hand by offering you support, materials and advice. Alternatively tell us about your fundraising idea and we will get in touch with you.
Community Fundraiser - Northern Ireland West
Tel: 07912 295750
Community Fundraiser - Northern Ireland North
Tel: 07889 604642
Community Fundraiser - Northern Ireland South
Tel: 07484 090891
Other members of the fundraising team
Legacy and Recognition Giving Officer
If you would like more information on leaving a gift in your will or making donations in memory or in lieu of flowers contact our legacy and recognition giving officer.
Senior Regional Corporate Partnership Executive
If you are interested in how you and your company can support Alzheimer's Society please contact our corporate partnership executive.
Join us on Facebook and Twitter
Join Alzheimer's Society Northern Ireland on Facebook and Twitter - find out about upcoming events, local news stories and volunteering opportunities near you.
Follow us on Twitter - @AlzSocNI
Do you have some time to spare? Everyone has something to contribute to the Society. Volunteering is flexible, ranging from a few hours a year to several hours a week. It's your choice.
Please contact the community fundraiser in your area, find the latest opportunities on our website or email the regional office: firstname.lastname@example.org
More about Alzheimer's Society in Northern Ireland
There are around 20,000 in Northern Ireland living with dementia, with this number expected to rise substantially in upcoming years.
There are support groups and local services which provide day care and home care for people with dementia, as well as support and befriending services to help partners and families cope with the demands of caring.