Why get involved with Alzheimer's Society Tweet There are lots of ways you can get involved and help those living with dementia, from volunteering or taking part in an event through to campaigning or fundraising. Read our supporter stories and find out how they get involved with us and what motivated them to help us. George WhitehurstLearn why George keeps trekking for Alzheimer's Society. Vicky McClureVicky McClure - Why I got involved with an Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk Joanne FentonRead about why Joanne took on a coast to coast cycle. John BolderstoneRead about why John took on the Insane Terrain 10k challenge. Daniel HillRead about why Daniel is taking on the challenge of a lifetime for Alzheimer's Society. Mandy NorrisRead about why Mandy ran a mammoth 100 km. Lauren RileyRead about how Lauren challenged herself to run a half marathon for the Society. Joanne JohnsonRead about what motivated Joanne to don her swimming cap for the Society. Monika Lewis and Sarah MorganRead about what inspired Monika and Sarah to run their socks off for the Society! Luke ElliottRead about Luke Elliott's year of challenges for Alzheimer's Society. Jane KirkFind out what motivated Jane to become a Dementia Friend. Michael WooldridgeRead about Michael Wooldridge's experiences as a Dementia Friends Champion. Hannah RileyLearn from Hannah about why she took part in the Brighton marathon. Get involved Find out about the many ways you can get involved and support us from fundraising, volunteering, to taking part in one of our events or campaigning. Previous storiesRead previous case studies about people who have done something amazing for the Society.