we're raising money for alzheimer's society, here's why...
Alzheimer's is the most common type of Dementia in the UK. We have billions of nerve cells in our brain that connect up, Alzheimer's means these connections are lost. As more parts of the brain become damaged, more symptoms develop. The exact cause isn't yet fully understood but the dementia can affect memory and our mental abilities.
More than 520,000 people in the UK have dementia caused by Alzheimer's Disease and this figure is set to rise!
At NEMA, we will be raising money for Alzheimer's Society by holding a 'Cupcake Day' on Monday 12th July. Feel free to join us at our site address (Unit 15 Chorley Central Business Park, PR6 0BL) or donate to our Go Fund Me Page below. We will also be donating 5% of the money spent on each online short course throughout the month of July to Alzheimer's Society.
At NEMA, we are choosing to donate to Alzheimer's Society as it is the UK's leading dementia charity, focusing on the growing dementia crisis from all sides, including research into finding a cure and supporting people living with dementia. It is predicted that by the end of 2021, over 1 million people will be living with dementia in the UK! Our donations enable the research to take place and allows the correct support, care and training to be given. No one should have to face dementia alone!
Please help us to support this fantastic charity by donating using the link below.
Written by Millie Glover, Administrative Assistant. Research sourced from Alzheimer's Society and NHS website.