Bake sale. Dinner party. Sky dive. Bike ride. Raffle. Car wash. Hopping. Skipping. Jumping. Bog snorkelling. Juggling. Silence. Quizzing. Glitter beard. Karaoke. Night out. Night in. Staying awake. Sponsored sleep. Staring. Blinking. Swimming. Fancy dress. Body-popping.
It’s up to you.
Fundraising? Do your thing – and challenge yourself for dementia. Fundraise on your own, as a group, with friends and family, or in the office.
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- £10 buys 100 invaluable microscope slides.
- £50 helps pay for a sensitive brain scan.
- £100 helps bring life-changing breakthroughs closer.
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"I chose gaming as my fundraising challenge because it’s something I’m passionate about, and something I love doing."
"Our open days are a lot of hard work, but knowing the money we raise will help Alzheimer’s Research UK makes it all worthwhile."
Margaret & Peter, open gardeners
"My great aunty Nancy was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and passed away in 2013, so it’s fitting that we are doing this challenge in her name."
Dan, rally driver
If there’s one thing you can be sure of, it’s that the personal touch goes a long way. That’s why Amanda Cross’s handmade cards have been such a hit with her friends, family and colleagues.
Amanda has created a range of beautiful designs for her cards, and has even found time to hold a stall, selling her wares, at the supermarket she works for. The result? She’s raised over £400 for dementia research. Amazing!