Fundraise

We are reliant on money raised by individuals and businesses to continue the work we are doing for people with dementia and their families in Jersey.

You might like to help raise funds for us to continue this work.

Suggestions:

  Hold a car boot sale

  Host a coffee morning

  Organise a sponsored walk

  Hold a dress-down day at work

  Encourage your children to suggest a non-uniform day at school

Challenge Yourself

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Why not set yourself a challenge to do something which you have never done before and raise funds for us?

 Previous fundraisers have:-

   Walked the Great Wall of China

   Completed the Three Peaks Challenge

   Undertaken the Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage

   Skydived in Jersey

   Abseiled down Mont Orgueil Castle

   Entered the LIONS Swimarathon

   Wing-walked in England

You never know what you are capable of if you don't try!

We have T-shirts, collecting buckets, wristbands, balloons, pin badges and lots of information leaflets that you can distribute to help us raise awareness while raising much-needed funds.

Here are some photos of JAA staff, Trustees and Volunteers fundraising in central St Helier in September 2014, to mark World Alzheimer's Day.

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In 2017 JAA was chosen as the Battle of Flowers charity.

Here are some photos of Le Petit Train which took part in the Parade on Thursday 10 August, thanks to Paul and Gill Bell, owners of the Train.

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Did you know?

Unpaid carers supporting someone with dementia save the UK economy £6 billion a year.