We are here to provide the help you need, when you need it. However, meeting the needs of those we care for does cost money. Your financial support can make a positive difference to how we help people living with dementia.
You can donate to your local organisation and help the services provided withn your community. You can also choose to donate to Alzheimers New Zealand and support the work of the national organisation. Alzheimers New Zealand advocates for quality dementia care for today, tomorrow and for future generations.
In the wake of the global recession, many people are starting to ask questions about the value of their dollar. Am I getting value for money? Is that a fair price? And in the case of donations to charitable organisations: where does my money go?
Alzheimers New Zealand actively fundraises using various methods throughout the year. This could be anything from a nationwide, week-long appeal campaign to a sausage sizzle outside a local library. All funds raised are vital for the organisation to continue its good work. Staff who manage local fundraising are often also those who deliver local services. In this case, all money raised is spent locally. This includes employment of staff, administrational support, overheads and printing.
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