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There are several ways you can make a donation to the Alzheimer Society of B.C. and make a difference.

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Donate online

Make a one-time, in honour or in memory donation using our secure online form

You will receive an electronic tax receipt sent to the email address you provided. Monthly donors will receive one consolidated annual receipt.

Support an event participant

Want to support someone who is involved in an Alzheimer Society of B.C. event? Visit our Fundraise and participate section for a list of upcoming events.

Donate by mail, phone or fax

Prefer to donate offline? Print and complete one of our donation forms.

Forms can be mailed or faxed to the Alzheimer Society of B.C. You can also phone our Provincial Office toll-free at 1-800-667-3742 or phone one of our local Alzheimer Resource Centres -- see the Find support in B.C. section to find one near you.

How does your donation make a difference?

Your support is the crucial piece of the puzzle that enables the Alzheimer Society of B.C. to be the leading source of education and support in B.C. for people affected by dementia.

For more information or to discuss your donation, please call 604-681-6530 (toll-free 1-800-667-3742) or email: [email protected]

Ways to donate

From monthly giving, donating securities, leaving a gift in your will, or offering support as a corporate or community sponsor, there are many ways to donate to the Alzheimer Society of B.C. and make a difference.

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Our impact

Learn more about the impact of the Alzheimer Society of B.C. by reading our latest Annual Reports and 2018-21 Strategic Plan.

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Thank you to our supporters

Every year, thousands of donors support our activities, helping British Columbians who are affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and making an important difference to their quality of life. Learn more.

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