Welcome to the South Wales page. Here you can find out what is happening in your area, and how you can organise an event yourself.
Need some local fundraising support?
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. The fundraising contact in your area is:
For any fundraising activity in South West Wales, please contact Jess on:
Community Fundraiser (Interim)
Tel: 07834 501221
For any fundraising activity in South East Wales, please contact Cheryl on:
Tel: 07484 510012 or 02920 475573
For any fundraising activity in Gwent and South Powys, please contact Rhia on:
Tel: 07483 138049 or 01495 221459
Could your company support us?
If you are interested in how you and your company can support Alzheimer's Society please contact our Corporate Partnership Executive, Chris on:
Senior Regional Corporate Partnership Executive (Interim) - Wales
Tel: 07725 600595
- The Mid Glamorgan Mixed Choir - Cawl a Chan - a Charity event in aid of Alzheimer's Society at Pencoed Rugby Club, Felindre Road on Thursday 22 March 2018 from 7pm. The event includes soup, bread, Welsh Cakes and Bara Brith. Tickets are £4.50 and can be bought from choir members or on the door.
- The Radyr & Morganstown Fundraising Group present a Social Evening - in aid of Alzheimer's Society at the Old Church Rooms, Park Road, Radyr, Cardiff on Saturday 17 March from 7.30pm. The event includes a welcome drink, two course meal, entertainment, raffle and bar. Tickets are £20. For more information or tickets, contact Gaynor on 02920 843069.
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Local Volunteering Opportunities
Do you have some time to spare? Volunteering is flexible; ranging from a few hours each year, to several days a week. It's your choice.
Please contact us to find out about volunteering opportunities in South Wales.
More about Alzheimer's Society in South Wales
In South Wales there are over 25,000 people living with dementia, and it is predicted that this figure will rise to over 30,000 by 2021.
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.