Alzheimer Scotland needs Taysiders to take part in Scotland’s Memory Walk 2022 Scotland’s Memory Walk 2022 launched

Alzheimer Scotland fundraising weekend
Set for 16-18 September
All-in-one fundraising platform at memorywalk.alzscot.org live
Your Walk, Your Way – participants can choose to walk where they like across the country, celebrating those they love
Connect with other supporters in an online Facebook group full of amazing people with a shared mission and gain further information
Every penny raised in Scotland stays in Scotland to fulfil Alzheimer Scotland’s mission to ensure that nobody faces dementia alone
Prevent Now. Care Today. Cure Tomorrow
Taysiders are being asked to sign up to Alzheimer Scotland’s Memory Walk this year to raise funds and vital awareness of dementia in Scotland.
Scotland’s Memory Walk takes place on the weekend of 16-18 September and, similar to last year, a fundraising platform has been relaunched to ensure people taking part can feel connected and share their experience as one big community.
The idea behind Scotland’s Memory Walk is simple. It’s Your Walk, Your Way.
That means participants can choose somewhere that has a special meaning for them at a time that suits them over the weekend.
And with so many great places to choose from nearby such as Baxter Park, The Inch and Lunan Bay, you can enjoy some wonderful moments together.
The distance doesn’t matter, whether it’s 1km, 5km or 500km. It might even be a lap of the garden.
Best of all, it’s free of charge for everyone who takes part, although everyone is encouraged to raise as much as they can.
Participants will have the option to create a team with friends, family or colleagues and fundraise via their own personalised Memory Walk page.
This year, Scotland’s Memory Walk will be over three days, with the Friday giving workplaces the opportunity to pull together and do something good for charity.
Every penny raised as a result of Scotland’s Memory Walk will go directly towards the support Alzheimer Scotland offers across Scotland, including their 24-hour Freephone Dementia Helpline (0808 808 3000).
To sign up to Scotland’s Memory Walk, visit: memorywalk.alzscot.org

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