Alzheimer Society of Ireland - Alzheimers Tea Day

Region

Republic of Ireland

Broadcaster Pat Kenny with April and Joe English, from Crosshaven, Co Cork during the launch of the Alzheimer's Society 16th annual Tea Day campaign at the Aisling Hotel, Dublin. 

Joe has been diagnosed with early onset dementia. Gareth Chaney Collins

The Alzheimer's Society is calling on people to organise their own Tea Day on May 6th to raise funds for the organisation. The Alzheimer's annual campaign raises funds to help society provide local dementia services. All over the country on Tea Day, people come together in their homes and places of work for a cup of tea, to share time together and to raise money for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland. This year we want to make it the biggest and best Tea Day yet!

Broadcaster Pat Kenny with April and Joe English, from Crosshaven, Co Cork during the launch of the Alzheimer's Society 16th annual Tea Day campaign at the Aisling Hotel, Dublin.

Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

My mother Connie lived with Alzheimers disease for the last 14 years of her life. Because of this I understand the importance of Tea Day to The Alzheimer Society of Ireland.

Alzheimer's Tea Day is critical to people who care for loved ones with Alzheimer's - because it funds real, tangible, hands-on services that make an enormous difference to their everyday lives. Every cent raised will go to help the 44,000 families in Ireland who depend on these services.

Please host a Tea Day on May the 6th and help me make it a Tea Day to Remember.

Why not register online now?

More information is available at: teaday.ie 

Alzheimer Society of Ireland - Alzheimers Tea Day - watch the video here

Telephone: 01-207 3800