Leave a Legacy That Makes a Difference

The legacy that you leave in your will can make a huge difference, to your family, your friends and to causes that are close to your heart.

By 2021 it is estimated that one million people in the UK will have dementia. Until a cure is found we need ways to live better with dementia, slow its progress and reduce the risk of developing the condition. There is compelling evidence that shows people with dementia engaging in nature based activities exhibit increased and sustained levels of health, well-being and quality of life. Which why we’re here, but we need your help.

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Volunteer Co-Ordinator (Maternity Cover)

We depend on our network of volunteers to help us throughout the organisation. Our existing Volunteer Co-ordinator has developed a number of roles including volunteers to support the delivery of outdoor activities for people living with dementia and their carers, volunteer ambassador roles, fundraising volunteers and administration and support roles, including governance roles. We will need someone with considerable volunteer management experience to cover for her while she is away on Maternity leave.

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Thank You to all our Fundraisers!

Our ability to enable people with dementia to connect with the outdoors and have a greater sense of well-being is helped by your support and donations. This summer we have had a team of inspiring people completing challenges to raise money for us. We want to say a big THANK YOU to all of them.

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Exciting Paid Internship Opportunity - Fundraising Assistant

We have an exciting opportunity for a PAID intern to join the team at Dementia Adventure as a fundraising assistant through the Rank Foundation Time to Shine Internship Programme.

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National Lottery Funding Expands Outdoor Activity for People with Dementia

We are really excited to announce that Dementia Adventure has received nearly half a million pounds from the Big Lottery Fund to help people living with dementia to connect with the outdoors and retain a sense of adventure in their lives.

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