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Dementia is personal, and so is the impact of your support. Together, we can raise $85,000 by December 31 and ensure that no one faces this journey alone.

At Dementia Alliance of North Carolina, we understand that dementia is more than just a medical diagnosis; it's deeply personal. Each diagnosis carries a unique story, a family's journey, and countless moments of both challenge and resilience. We're committed to making a real difference in the lives of those affected by dementia, and we invite you to join us on this meaningful journey.

Our Mission: Raising $85,000 by December 31

To continue our vital work and reach even more families impacted by dementia, we have set an ambitious goal: to raise $85,000 by December 31. Your contribution can help us make a substantial impact. Here's how:

  • Empowering Caregivers: Your support enables us to provide caregivers with the tools, resources, and education they need to navigate the complexities of dementia. We empower them with the knowledge and confidence to provide the best possible care.

  • Enhancing Quality of Life: We're committed to enhancing the quality of life for those living with dementia. Your donation helps us continue programs and services that foster engagement, improve quality of life for both the caregiver and person living with dementia, and promote overall well-being.

  • Community Outreach: Your generosity allows us to expand our reach across North Carolina, ensuring that every family facing dementia knows they are not alone. We provide vital support services, education, and a strong sense of community.

Make Dementia Personal

Every donation, no matter the size, helps us bring hope, comfort, and assistance to those affected by dementia. Your generosity can truly change lives.

Here's how you can get involved:

  1. Donate: Make a one-time donation or consider becoming a monthly supporter. Your financial contribution will directly impact families affected by dementia.

  2. Spread the Word: Share our mission with your friends, family, and social networks. Awareness is a powerful tool, and your advocacy can make a significant difference. Start a facebook fundraiser or send friends this website. 

  3. Volunteer: If you're passionate about our cause, consider donating your time and skills to support our programs and events.