We value the support that the charity provides. I am a Dementia Adviser and see first hand what a difference it makes in the community.
I have been a support worker for eight years with this amazing charity and have seen first hand the support given and what a difference it makes to the lives of my clients and their families.
I will be attempting to complete the Virtual London Marathon on 4 October 2020 and would like to raise some money to help Alzheimer's Support continue the wonderful work they do across Wiltshire.
On the 20th March 2021 I will be skydiving with GoSkydive to raise funds and awareness for the Alzheimers Support.
Seemed like a good idea at the time
Hello! I'm joining the 30th Anniversary Skydive Challenge as part of a small team from Across the Plain WI who are keen to raise much needed funds for Alzheimer's Support based in Wiltshire. Please help me, to help them by giving a small donation to show your support. Thank you!
Hello! I'm joining the 30th Anniversary Skydive Challenge as part of an intrepid team from Across the Plain WI who are keen to raise much needed funds for Alzheimer's Support based in Wiltshire. Please help me, to help them by giving a small donation to show your support. Thank you!
A keen cyclist since the late 50’s. I have been thinking about a cycling challenge for a while now but didn't know where to start, then when I heard that Tony was recently diagnosed with dementia and now taking on this challenge I thought I would like to get involved.
I'm Tony. I'm 85 and live with dementia and I'm cycling 100 miles during the Tour de France to raise much-needed funds for Alzheimer's Support.
I'm skydiving for Alzheimer's Support Wiltshire as they give such wonderful care to people with dementia and their families.
For the exhilaration of a 10,000 ft skydive whilst raising funds for Alzheimer’s Support - a local charity which improves the quality of life of families affected by dementia in Wiltshire.
I am fundraising for Alzheimer's Support as they provided invaluable support through the Devizes Day Care Centre to my parents when my Dad was living with vascular dementia
Celebrating our birthdays - and Alzheimer's Support's 30th anniversary.
Raising money for Alzheimer’s Support Wiltshire
Alzheimer's Support is a life line for me. They care for my husband two days a week in a friendly and stimulating environment and I can do what I want knowing he is being so well looked after.
Hello! I'm joining the 30th Anniversary Skydive Challenge in September this year to raise much needed funds for Alzheimer's Support based in Wiltshire. Please help me, to help them by giving a small donation to show your support. Thank you!
Alzheimer's Support needs funds to continue to help those on their journey with dementia. It is a charity which does an amazing job in Wiltshire.
I really want to help fundraise so they can continue to support people living with dementia. This support is vital for people with dementia and their families and I want to help in any way I can - even jumping out of a plane!
We both work for Alzheimer's Support and see the difference that the charity makes in so many lives.
A group of apetito colleagues have decided to come together to test their nerves and jump 10,000ft out of a plane for a fantastic cause!
I have two grandparents with dementia, I see first hand what great work this charity does for my family. Alzheimer's Support is very close to my heart. Therefore I am doing a 10,000ft skydive in aid of Alzheimer's Support.
It’s for a good cause. I love to raise money and I am scared of heights!
Help raise funds for the organisation I work for
I'm running the Bath Half 2020 and I'm using that as an opportunity to raise funds for Alzheimer's Support because I see first hand the incredible work they do. My granddad, David Smith, attends Mill Street Club every Wednesday and I'm determined to do anything I can - no matter how small - to support the day clubs in continuing to improve the quality of life for local Alzheimer's and dementia patients, as well as the support they give to families.