Alzheimer's Research UK

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Volunteer

Volunteering with Alzheimer’s Research UK is a great way to help the UK’s leading dementia research charity overcome the greatest medical challenge of our generation. There are a number of ways you can support us in this aim.

Fundraising Groups

If you would like to make a massive difference in the fight to defeat dementia in your area, you could set up a dedicated ARUK group. This is an invaluable way to help us and we will be there to support you in every way we can follow this link to find out more!

Cheering Squads

If you don’t think you can run a marathon or cycle the lengths of the country but would like to be a part of the Alzheimer's Research UK team, then join our cheering squads to keep our fundraisers going and get the ARUK name seen! You just have to come along on the day and warm up your vocal cords to be heard!

Spread the word

We need volunteers who can go out and talk about the work of Alzheimer’s Research UK, engaging their local communities and promoting new fundraising initiatives. We are also keen to hear from people who wish to share their experience of dementia to help raise awareness of our pioneering work. If you would like to get involved with any of these opportunities or have any other ideas, please complete this form or contact the fundraising team on 0300 111 5 777, or email fundraising@alzheimersresearchuk.org.

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