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Alzheimer's Society

Over 13,000 volunteers have supported Alzheimer’s Society in the past year, enabling them to make a direct and meaningful difference for people affected by dementia. These individuals have achieved some fantastic things in the past year including:

- 631 volunteers clocked up 17,543 hours, delivering vital services that directly supported people affected by dementia.

- 1,192 service users were supported by 758 Companion Call volunteers and 1,017,367 minutes of calls were made!

- 5,000 people were supported in the Talking Point community by just 13 volunteers.

- 2,752 Dementia Friends Champions delivered 4,302 sessions, creating 47,802 new Dementia Friends.


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