Who we are How we're funded In today’s landscape of ever shrinking public funding, third sector providers such as Alzheimer’s Support have become a crucial component in the provision of specialist services. Good support comes at a price no local authority can afford, so it falls to charities like us to bridge the funding gap. It took over 25 years to build the charity into the organisation it is today and much thought goes into making services and activities sustainable. Major factors in securing a relevant and rich portfolio of services are diverse income streams. Alzheimer’s Support’s work is partly funded by Wiltshire Council and the local NHS (around 25%). Some of our services, such as day care and support at home, attract a fee and income from this amounts to 30% of the total. For the remaining 45% we do not leave a stone unturned! Our fundraising includes applying to grant-making trusts and foundations, to corporate partners, community groups and Wiltshire’s Area Boards. We organise our own events including our annual Walk to Remember. Then there are the efforts of wonderful individuals who go to great lengths to raise funds for us. If you would like to learn more, please see our annual report or the annual accounts for a more detailed breakdown. If you too want to support our cause, please see our Get Involved pages for ideas and inspiration.