Fundraising and Supporting Us

Thank you for your interest in making a donation.
Your donation will support 5,500 people who are living with dementia in our local community.

The team at Dementia Support were very proud to open our new dementia care hub – Sage House in May 2018, after a successful fundraising appeal.

However, as a charity we still need funds to run Sage House and provide much needed dementia services to the local community in West Sussex.

It costs £2,473 a day to run Sage House; the charity does not receive any statutory funding so we are reliant on the fundraising and donations of generous individuals, organisations and businesses.

Please see below on how you can make a donation and support people in West Sussex living with dementia, and their families and carers.

One off donation

Prefer a paper version? Please download a Donation form and return by post with your preferred donation method.

Donate Regularly

Prefer a paper version? Please download a Regular Donation form and return by post for us to process.

Other ways to support us

Give in celebration

A great way to support Dementia Support is by giving in celebration. Whatever the occasion, you can make a real difference. Instead of gifts for your next big celebration, why not ask your friends and family to donate to Dementia Support instead?

A gift in memory

A gift in memory allows you to remember someone special through a donation dedicated to them. Here are the ways you can give charitable donations in memory of a loved one:

Donations at a funeral or memorial

Charitable donations are increasingly commonplace at funerals now. You can choose Dementia Support as the recipient of donations at a loved one’s funeral by liaising with your funeral director or by contacting us directly.

Give in lieu of flowers

Families often ask for donations to Dementia Support instead of flowers at the funeral of a loved one. The phrase ‘in lieu of flowers’ doesn’t necessarily mean that there will be no flowers at the funeral; often it means that the family may have decided to limit floral tributes to immediate family only and others are invited to donate to a named charity if they wish. Your funeral director will be able to advise you on the different options.

Holding an Event

Taking part in a sponsored event, such as a run, walk or parachute jump, is fun and challenging way to raise money for charity.  You can sign up to an established event or do your own.  It is also easy to set a sponsorship page online: mydonate.bt.com/charities/dementiasupport

Hold a Bake Sale, Coffee Morning, Dinner, Movie Night with friends, family, colleagues or a group you are a member of.  This is not only a good social occasion, you can also raise money to support people living with dementia.

Contact our Fundraising Team on 01243 888 691 for more information.