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Your help & support is vital

There is estimated to be more than 436,366 Australians living with dementia. It is the second leading cause of death in Australia and there is no cure. Your fundraising efforts will enable us to continue to provide much-needed support services, education and social research.

$288,945
raised of
$2,000,000 goal
Thanks to
1677 supporters
raised by 1677 fundraisers with over 5756 donations
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Danielle shares her family’s story

Danielle shares her family’s story and how dementia has impacted her nunu, Frank

08 Mar 2019
Jacinda shares her story

Jacinda talks about her second year taking part in the Hunter Memory Walk & Jog

01 Mar 2019
Salter's Soldiers - Our Story

Salter's Soldiers share their family and fundraising story

15 Feb 2019

My father had dementia so I am all too aware of the impact it has not only on the person with dementia, but also on those close to them. It is important for people to know where to go to get help. No one has to walk the journey alone.

Ita Buttrose
Ita Buttrose

Mum was diagnosed with younger onset dementia in her early 50s. From then until now, the year of her 60th birthday, where we are looking to put her into full-time care, I have been looking for a way to positively contribute to raising awareness for Dementia Australia.

Takaya Honda
Takaya Honda

Dementia is so prevalent it’s almost inconceivable that it has remained a taboo illness for so long. It’s not until you have been touched personally by the disease that you begin to understand just how common it really is and how many families it

Doris Younane
Doris Younane

Alzheimer’s disease can not only affect the elderly, it can also strike the young. As the people with dementia are affected, so are their loved ones and family.

Natarsha Belling
Natarsha Belling
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