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During Black History Month, we have taken the opportunity to reflect on our commitment to listening, learning, and honouring the remarkable achievements of the Black community and providing support during challenging times.Find out more
Studies show that tapping into the left side of the brain can help people living with dementia create a dialogue to better express themselves. Bright Shadow uses the power of art and music to allow people diagnosed with and affected by dementia to live well and thrive.Find out more
In 2020, we donated £76,000 to Alzheimer’s Research UK to fund the work of their PhD student, Aurora Veteleanu, at the UK Dementia Research Institute at Cardiff University. Three years later, she has made incredible, ground-breaking discoveries about the disease.Find out more
There are currently around 900,000 people affected by dementia in the UK, and this is expected to increase by 16% by 2025. We spoke to some charities across the country, who have received our recent funding, to find out how they are helping to empower people affected by this condition.Find out more
London Freemasons have supported Link Age Southwark with a grant of £60,000 to support older people with dementia.Find out more
Avril has been caring her husband for about four years now. He has dementia, but he is also diabetic and is a double leg amputee.Find out more
Doreen was a carer for her husband for four years before he passed away in 2019 from Alzheimer’s disease. Caring for him was distressing for both of them.Find out more
Take a look at the books charities we’ve funded have recommended to us and see how they could help you gain a better understanding about the people they support.Find out more
Research shows more than 850,000 people in the UK are living with dementia.Find out more
Research into a crucial protein linked to the development of Alzheimer’s has been supported by a £76,000 grant to Alzheimer’s Research UK.Find out more
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