Heroes wanted!

Dear friend,

At the Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA), I have the privilege of doing my part for persons with dementia. According to a 2014 report by Alzheimer’s Disease International, there are more than 45,000 such people in Singapore today, and the number is constantly rising.

Since its inception, ADA has made a significant impact on persons with dementia and their caregivers. Working towards a dementia-inclusive society, our key services include dementia daycare programmes and centres, caregiver support services and training. We also support families on their journey of caring for their loved ones, and provide subsidies to those who cannot keep up with the heavy cost of care.

The cost of dementia is startling. In 2015, Singapore spent $2.8 billion on dementia care. With numbers like these, we cannot battle dementia alone. ADA is launching our new Recurring Gift Programme, and we’re on the search for Guardians of Memory, heroes who will join our fight to protect and guard the memories of persons living with dementia.

As a member of the ADA family, I am making a personal appeal to you to ask for your support. Your monthly contribution will go towards funding all of our vital operations, programmes and services. And since you’re likely to know someone who is living with dementia, this is your battle too. I hope you can help us make this new campaign an overwhelming success for ADA.

You can download and send us the completed PDF form below, or register directly online at GiveAsia. You can also find out more about our Guardians of Memory Recurring Gift Programme here.

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Dear friends, ADA is looking for heroes to take part in our new Recurring Gift Programme. I’d like to make a personal appeal to ask for your help to help improve the lives of people with dementia and their families. Find out more at https://adi2020.org/guardians.