We open this issue of the magazine with an offer of support to those who need it,and an appeal for help from anyone who can give it.
Coronavirus has upturned so many lives, especially those of people affected by dementia, but Alzheimer’s Society is there for you – see alzheimers.org.uk/coronavirus. If we had a pound for every time someone used the word ‘unprecedented’ in the past few weeks, we’d be doing very well. But of course we don’t, and that brings us to the appeal.
As demand for our online and phone support has increased massively, the pandemic has had a devastating impact on donations. Fundraising events have been cancelled and every other income source has fallen dramatically.
A gift of £50 can pay for 300 phone calls to support people affected by dementia.
Please give what you can – call 0330 333 0804.