The Alzheimer’s Society fights for the rights of everyone affected by dementia. Our campaigns keep dementia firmly at the top of the political agenda. And we raise awareness, pushing for a more dementia-friendly society so people with the condition can live without fear and prejudice.
Our 3,000 services across England, Wales and Northern Ireland offer information, care and support to people with dementia, their families, friends and carers.
Services include Dementia Cafés, Singing for the Brain® sessions, and Dementia Advisers, Dementia Support Workers and Side by Side volunteers who support people to keep doing the things they enjoy.
Is a meeting place where children of separated families can enjoy contact with one (or both) parents, and sometimes other family members, in a comfortable and safe environment when there is no alternative.
- We provide a warm, child-centred meeting place for both parents and children
- A safe, caring environment where a parent with “care” can leave a child with confidence
- A place where there will be no family rows.
- Time for the children to relax and enjoy the company of a non-resident parent.
The balance of the money raised will be shared between the Rotary Club of Gloucester’s Trust Fund for Young People, which helps local 14-24 year olds to achieve their dreams or ambitions, and the Community awards Scheme operated by the 4 Rotary Clubs in Gloucester jointly to support dozens of small organisations with much-needed funding.
The Trust Fund has helped around 40 local young people with vocational training, sporting achievement and worldwide volunteering projects. The Community Awards Scheme helps each year around 25 small strictly local charities with grants up to £500 to help them continue their valuable work.