Complaints allow me to explain to someone why we do what we do, why we used that picture, why we wrote them that letter, why we have to fundraise to defeat dementia.
We held a ‘brain workshop’ at a school to teach the children about the brain, how it works and the effects of dementia.
Imagery is very important to our work, that’s why all the people in our photos are our dedicated supporters. Read a snapshot of some who took part in our latest shoot.
Today I have the pleasure of revealing the winner of our recent competition to win a book personally signed by chart-toppers Union J – with a little help from one of the group.
Find out the results of the recent dementiablog.org and #pratchettblog competition to win a signed, limited edition Sir Terry Pratchett Discworld Kindle case.
It has become very apparent to me that this is an organisation that is going places and I have immediately seen a complete and wholehearted desire to make an even greater impact on the fight to defeat dementia.
Carolyn Causton talks us through the part of the job she loves, getting out and talking to people. And she hears some amazing stories along the way.
Alzheimer’s Research UK’s top ten tips for checking a telephone fundraising call is genuine.