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Forget-Me-Not Partners Monthly Giving Program

The Forget-Me-Not Partners program is a convenient and easy way to support Alzheimer Society programs, services and research. A small monthly donation may not seem like much, but it all adds up to help those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

Why give monthly?

Make one decision with big impact – divide your (tax-creditable) donation into twelve equal payments and know that your gift works each month to support a cause you believe in.

Your money goes farther – monthly donations are one of the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly ways to give. That means we can spend less time and money on admin and more on what matters.

It helps you budget – and us too – a regular and predictable source of income provides stability in program planning and allows us to get involved in long-term projects.

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FAQ

When do I get my tax receipt?


Once you become a Partner you will receive a tax receipt by February 28th each year.

What happens if I move or change banks or credit card?


Just contact us and let us know of the change. We will update our records to ensure there is no interruption of your donations.

What if I want to change the amount of my monthly gift?


Contact us and we will adjust the amount of your monthly donation and keep track so that your receipt is adjusted to reflect your total gift.

What if I want to adjust my donation?


You can change your Forget-Me-Not Partners plan at any time by contacting us.

Is there an advantage in setting up my monthly gift from my bank account versus my credit card?


Yes. It costs the Alzheimer Society slightly less per transaction to debit a bank account versus a credit card. However, both ways of giving are gratefully received.

Can more money than has been authorized be taken from my account?


No, never.

How will I know that the Alzheimer Society is receiving my donation?


Your monthly credit card or bank statement will show that the Alzheimer Society has received your donation.


Last Updated: 05/17/16
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