Dedicate your celebration to Alzheimer’s Research UK!
Whether it’s your birthday, anniversary, graduation or any other celebration, dedicate your special day to Alzheimer’s Research UK and help us bring about life-changing breakthroughs in dementia research.
Make your day truly special and ask for donations to dementia research instead of gifts.
Invite your friends and family to your virtual party with our e-invitation! Don’t forget to choose the platform for your virtual celebration – there are lots of options, such as: FaceTime, WhatsApp, Zoom, Houseparty and Skype.
Just fill in the form below to let us know about your celebration, and we will be in touch with the e-invitation which you can personalise, and to chat through your plans and ideas! We are here to answer any questions you have, and most importantly, to help you make your celebration extra special!
Your presents are powerful – every donation will bring us closer to a breakthrough. Now that’s something to celebrate!
Facebook Birthday fundraiser
For a simple birthday fundraiser, why not use Facebook?
A Facebook Birthday fundraiser is the easiest way to tell all your friends and family about your birthday fundraising in just a few simple steps.
- Simply visit the Facebook Birthday page.
- Select your chosen cause – Alzheimer’s Research UK.
- Personalise with a fundraising target, a picture and a bit about you, if you want to.
- Click Create then share with all your friends and family.
Tell us about your celebration
Alastair celebrated his 18th birthday by generously asking for donations to Alzheimer’s Research UK instead of gifts, all in memory of his wonderful Uncle Ray. Alastair raised an amazing £1,550 for our vital research through his birthday celebration!
David and Joan celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary surrounded by their family and friends. Joan has been living with Alzheimer’s disease for 11 years, so they kindly decided to use their special occasion to ask for donations to Alzheimer’s Research UK instead of presents. They raised £150 to help us fund more dementia research.