Give in celebration

Give in celebration - Powerful presents. Make any occasion truly special – ask your friends and family to support vital dementia research.

Wedding list? Birthday treat? Christmas wish?

Woman blowing out candles on a cake with friends

Next time you’re celebrating a special event, how about asking for a really powerful gift? Suggest to your guests that they mark the occasion by making a donation to fight for a dementia cure.

Every gift will bring us closer to a breakthrough. Now that’s something to celebrate!

Fundraising envelopes for your event

We’ve made it as simple as possible for you and your guests to join the fight against dementia. We’ll send you special envelopes that you can distribute to your guests, so they can make a gift easily and discretely.

These include a gift aid declaration to make their gifts go further – for every £1 donated by a UK taxpayer, we can put an extra 25p toward vital research.

Want some envelopes for your next celebration? Fill in the online form below or drop us a line to find out more.

Any questions?

To chat through your special event, call our fundraising team on 0300 111 5555, or send an email to fundraising@alzheimersresearchuk.org

Instead of wedding presents, we asked our guests to give to Alzheimer’s Research UK in memory of my grandmother. It was a lovely way to remember her, and power vital research at the same time.

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