Get involved Fundraise May Step Challenge Spring is in the air... so dig out your trainers to help people affected by dementia in Wiltshire. Our May Step Challenge is as flexible and as challenging as you want it to be. You can walk, run, jog, skip or dance your way to feeling great - while raising vital funds for people who have been among the most adversely affected by the pandemic. Sign up today Set your personal target Why not... Walk a target number of miles Count how many steps can you do through May Run the furthest you have ever run across the month or in one go Skip for a set time every day for 31 days Climb Kilimanjaro (or the equivalent height of another famous mountain) up the stairs! Stage an eight or 12-hour danceathon Involve your family, friends and colleagues - or make it a competitive challenge. The possibilities are endless and we hope whatever you do will make you feel amazing too! How to get involved in the May Step Challenge for dementia Decide on your challenge Let us know by signing up. There is no entrance fee, although you will have the option of buying an Alzheimer's Support T-shirt Set up a fundraising page through our website - or set up a Facebook fundraiser Share your challenge and progress on our dedicated social media group Sign up today You can set up a fundraising page through our website to make your fundraising super easy and share your challenge and progress in our facebook event page where our fundraisers will be sharing ideas, recipes, pictures and adventures throughout May. We can also send you paper sponsorship forms if you would prefer them. Contact our fundraisers Laura Crouch and Rachel Fear or sign up to get started How your May Step Challenge will help people living with dementia Alzheimer's Support is an independent charity that has been supporting people living with dementia and their family carers in Wiltshire for 30 years. Read more about our work People with dementia need your support more than ever. Your fundraising will help us provide crucial support to families facing uncertain times. It will enable us to make home visits, keep our day clubs open and bring music, activities, advice and emotional support to people affected by dementia in these difficult times. Thank you for taking part! Booking for this event has now closed.