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Alzheimer's Society are the official charity of the year 2024. Please find out more below.

Alzheimer’s Society

Contact by phone:0300 222 5808

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Why support Alzheimer’s Society?

Dementia isn’t slowing down. Neither can you.

Every three minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with dementia. At Alzheimer’s Society, we’re working towards a world where dementia no longer devastates lives.

Alzheimer’s Society are the only UK charity who fund research, act as a powerful force for change through campaigning, and give expert advice, guidance, and support through the most challenging days for people affected by dementia. We are a safe space to turn when people need us, giving help and hope to everyone living with dementia that there is a brighter future ahead.

Run for Alzheimer’s Society and make every step count.

But we can’t do it alone, we need your miles, your energy, and your determination. Turn your training runs into life-changing research. Your race-morning nerves into ground-breaking studies. Your finish line thrill into hope for future generations.

By joining our team, you’ll allow us to continue to help those living with dementia and provide hope for the future by campaigning to make dementia the priority it should be and funding ground-breaking research.

Join the team today

As part of Alzheimer’s Society, you’ll receive:

  • An Alzheimer’s Society running top, with personalised iron-on letters to wear with pride on the big day.
  • Expert training tips and advice from our professional coaches at RunningWithUs.
  • Energy and motivation from our themed cheer points on the course
  • Access to team Alzheimer’s Society’s Facebook page so you can chat with fellow teammates.


There’s never been a better reason to lace up your trainers and feel the exhilaration of a challenging run. And as you cross the finish line, you’ll feel incredible knowing you’re helping people living with dementia.

Join the team now