Unlocking hope: Thanking our supporters and contributors in advancing dementia research

We are overwhelmed with gratitude for the incredible response to our EOFY campaign. Your generous donations and unwavering support will make a significant impact on our mission to fund medical research grants investigating neurodegenerative diseases like dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, motor neurone disease and Huntington’s disease.

Your contributions are not just financial; they are a beacon of hope for countless individuals and families affected by these devastating conditions.

We are also thrilled to share that our campaign has expanded our reach both locally and nationally, bringing more attention to the urgent need for research and solutions.

Thank you to Dr Michelle Fitzmaurice, Jonathan Brown and Giovanna Ferlaino for their incredible contributions to our “Unlocking Hope for Dementia Research” video. Your dedication and passion are truly inspiring. Thank you also to Sophie Brown for filming this inspiring project.

If you haven’t had a chance to watch or share the video yet, please do so – it’s a powerful reminder of what we can achieve together.

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