Our fundraising

Read the full version of our Trustees' Annual Report & Financial Statements 2021/22

The generosity of our supporters generated a record-breaking £93.3m this year.

As England, Wales and Northern Ireland re-opened, we started to hold in-person fundraising events like Memory Walk, Glow and Trek 26 – all of which raised vital funds towards our services and support.

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took part in Trek 26 this year, raising £3.8m across seven events in five locations.

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joined us for Glow, raising £489k across nine events.

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got involved in Memory Walk, raising £2.63m across 19 in-person events and one virtual offering.

We were also supported by our valued charitable partners such as the People’s Postcode Lottery, with players raising millions of pounds towards our support and research.

“We first awarded funding to Alzheimer’s Society in 2017, supporting a project to reduce loneliness and isolation for those living with dementia. Since then, players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised more than £3.5 million for Alzheimer’s Society.

Currently someone is diagnosed with dementia every three minutes, so we know the need for support is growing fast and this has only been exacerbated by the pandemic and the cost of living crisis communities are currently facing.

Over the years, we have welcomed opportunities to connect our team with the charity’s work, by offering Dementia Friends information sessions, organising visits and hearing from those working for and being supported by Alzheimer’s Society.

We are proud to have established a long-term partnership with the charity, providing flexible, unrestricted funding which they can allocate where it is needed most.”

Lisa Bellett, People's Postcode Lottery