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Dementia is the UK’s biggest killer. One in three people born in the UK today will develop dementia in their lifetime. Yet it isn’t the priority it should be. There are estimated to be 900,000 people in the UK with dementia and 700,000 people caring for them. Many are undiagnosed and some could face the realities of their condition alone.


Dementia devastates lives, but it’s not an inevitable part of getting old. We can do something about it. Funding new research means we can find life-changing treatments and cures. And we can continue to help people living with dementia from day one. 


Watch a short video about the Travis Perkins and Alzheimer's Society partnership.


How supporting Alzheimer’s Society can help make a difference

Together, Travis Perkins and Alzheimer’s Society have the power to not only raise vital funds to tackle the issue but also raise awareness and understanding of Dementia. 


Raising awareness of Dementia helps to tackle stigma, increase diagnosis rates and helps people find the support services they need.


By the end of 2027 Travis Perkins colleagues, up and down the country, are aiming to raise at least £1.5 million - funding Alzheimer’s Society’s vital work on dementia research and support services. 


By taking part in a variety of fundraising activities, including Alzheimer's Society’s Memory Walk and the Forget me not appeal, you can help raise funds and awareness too.  


Together, we can help fund vital support to those living with dementia, fund groundbreaking research and make dementia the priority it should be.


Alzheimer’s Society is a registered charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In Scotland, the Alzheimer’s Society works closely with their sister charity ‘Alzheimer’s Scotland’. All money raised by Travis Perkins in Scotland will remain in Scotland. These donations will fund vital support services and research funded by Alzheimer’s Scotland.


What support is available for Alzheimer’s patients?

For individuals seeking support, a wealth of resources are available through the Alzheimer's Society The organisation's website,, serves as a comprehensive hub, providing invaluable information on accessing various forms of support, including community services, financial guidance, and specialised care. By fostering awareness and facilitating access to these resources, we aim to contribute to the well-being of people affected by Dementia s, embodying our commitment to making a positive impact on the communities we serve.