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Fund the support that’s needed now and the research that saves our future

Be a visible part of national and community action against dementia.

When you become an official Memory Walk & Jog Sponsor, you’re building positive awareness of your brand. After all, we run Dementia Australia’s largest and most recognisable fundraising events. So, you can’t help being noticed!

As a Sponsor you’ll enjoy brand exposure, engage new audiences and enhance your public profile. You can also offer your staff the opportunity to get active and be involved in life-changing community action for people with dementia, their families and carers.

How to become a Memory Walk sponsor

No ‘one size’ fits all! We want your sponsorship experience to be unique. That’s why we specialise in designing flexible packages that complement your brand profile. We can tailor the best package for you - ranging from local community sponsorship, to state or national sponsorship.

Please contact our experienced Corporate Partnerships team today for more information or to take the next steps towards becoming an Official Sponsor.

Email: memorywalk@dementia.org.au or call 1300 695 695.

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Lucas' Papaw

Product Sponsor 2022

“Our family-owned and operated company, Lucas’ Papaw Remedies, are the makers of the original “red tube” of papaw ointment that we hope might be in your bag, car or in your medicine cabinet at home. Our company is managed by the fifth and sixth generation of descendants of Dr Lucas who formulated our famous ointment over 110 years ago. Family and staff are proud to work at Lucas’ Papaw Remedies and have strong family values. Many of our family members have experienced Dementia first hand and as we try and understand this condition and help our loved ones, we wanted to extend this support to other Australians by supporting a research project “Dementia-friendly eye care”. This research project aims to work out helpful ways to give quality eye care to people struggling with dementia and their families. Thank you for the opportunity to help your cause and be involved with your work,” Lynette Swinglehurst, General Manager.

TLC Healthcare

Geelong City Sponsor 2021

At TLC we think differently about aged care. Since undergoing an organisational transformation in 2014, our aged care homes, located across Melbourne and Geelong, offer a unique range of facilities and services.

All TLC homes offer a dedicated memory support environment where our highly trained team applies an innovative approach to meeting the needs of residents living with dementia. TLC’s approach ensures that our residents lead a happy and productive lives through a range of activities that focus on their active participation, and the development of their skills and interests.

To see how we think differently about aged care, visit us at tlcagedcare.com.au

Heartland Reverse Mortgages

Melbourne City Sponsor 2022

Heartland is Australia’s leading reverse mortgage provider. Established in 2004, we have helped over 22,000 Australians release over $1.3 billion of home equity.  Reverse mortgages are like regular home loans but designed for the needs of people aged 60 and over, helping them to live a more comfortable retirement, with independence and dignity.  Some of our most popular uses include debt consolidation, home improvements, extra income for living expenses, in home or residential aged care, and car maintenance.

Our award-winning product is supported with expert, personalised service, making Heartland the reverse mortgage lender of choice for many Australians.

Capital Chemist

Canberra Community Sponsor 2021

"At Capital Chemist, we know that Community Matters. Every day, we see people in the community dealing with health issues, and we see first hand the effect that it has on them and the people surrounding them. That’s why we’re always eager to lend a helping hand to people in need in our community, including the 472,000 people in Australia living with dementia, their families and carers. It’s our honour to support the Memory Walk and Jog through the Capital Chemist Community Programme."