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Setting up a tribute page


Thank you for thinking of setting up a tribute page in memory of someone special.

Tribute pages are a special way to commemorate the life of your loved one, as well as ensuring our children and grandchildren don't have to face the fear and heartbreak of dementia.

Your page is a place where your family and friends can leave messages and share memories, while also supporting Alzheimer’s Research UK. Your tribute page will power groundbreaking research to find preventions, treatments and ultimately a cure for dementia.

Thank you once again for choosing to support Alzheimer's Research UK in this very special way – you are helping our scientists turn discoveries into life-changing breakthroughs.

Experiencing loss affects us all differently. If you feel you need support please click here to take you to bereavement support services you can contact.

If you need any help or advice about setting up a tribute page, please contact our Supporter Care Team on enquiries@alzheimersresearchuk.org or on 0300 111 5555.

Search for a tribute page

To find an existing tribute page, please enter the name of the person being remembered

Support with bereavement


We understand that losing a loved one is a very difficult experience

If you feel you need some support at this time, we recommend you contact a bereavement support service such as:

Thank you

Giving in memory of your loved one is a kind and generous way to support groundbreaking dementia research. Thank you so much for your support.

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Contact:
t: 0300 111 5555
e:
enquiries@alzheimersresearchuk.org

Alzheimer's Research UK is a registered charity, numbers 1077089 and SC042474. 3 Riverside, Granta Park, Cambridge CB21 6AD.

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