Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity and we would love for your golf club to support dementia research during this critical time.
How you can get involved
It’s simple – choose your date and hold a socially distanced competition at your golf club and ask your fellow golfers to pay a £3-£5 additional charity fee to support Alzheimer’s Research UK, or add the charity fee to any already scheduled competition.
You will receive dedicated support from your local Regional Fundraising Officer and we would love to share any photos you have for our social media channels!
The COVID-19 situation is sadly putting dementia research progress at risk, with our income predicted to fall by up to 45%. We need your support more than ever. We also know that the COVID-19 virus and social distancing are having a profound impact on people with dementia, underlining the need to find breakthrough treatments to remove people from further harm. We are determined to find answers, with your help.
"As a volunteer for Alzheimer’s Research UK, I wanted to put the idea of holding a charity competition forward to my golf club. Most members were already aware of the charity and were happy to contribute to the charity as part of our October Monthly Medal competition."
"I’d recommend other clubs to get involved in hosting a charity competition as it’s an easy and effective fundraiser for a very good cause. Adapting our
existing competition made organisation very simple – we added voluntary
contributions to the usual competition entry fee, and held a lucky number draw which worked really well."
"We raised £515 in total which will help Alzheimer’s Research UK to fund vital dementia research."
Register today and we can chat through fundraising ideas for your golf club and how we can support you
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Host a golf day
If you organise an annual golf day at your workplace, why not choose Alzheimer’s Research UK to be the beneficiaries from your next event.