One of the things that many charities do to attract support is communicate with their beneficiaries or their beneficiaries’ families.

That’s easier said than done in our case. Our beneficiaries don’t know that they are our beneficiaries.

Research today is an investment in tomorrow’s generation of dementia patients. The younger you are, the more likely you are to benefit from the advances being made by the scientists and clinicians that we fund. Countless people yet to be born are also potential beneficiaries.

What we cannot know is who will develop dementia in future. We’re not yet in a position, though early diagnosis, to know who is at great risk of doing so. One day, doctors will be able to detect their illness earlier and offer them medicines as yet unavailable. When this happens, they will not know that the treatment that helps them came about because…

  • a team of scientists found answers to some of the questions posed by dementia…
  • thanks to a grant from BRACE, which was possible…
  • thanks to generous and committed people who raised or donated the money

It could be you who benefit one day.

It could definitely be you who help generate the money that makes everything else possible.