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Intouch : In Touch Autumn 2013
14 IN TOUCH AUTUMN 2013 FUNDRAISING LIFE SUPPORT DONATE, BEQUEATH A GIFT IN YOUR WILL OR FUNDRAISE THROUGH ACTIVITIES. NO MATTER HOW YOU DO IT, SUPPORTING ALZNSW FINANCIALLY WILL HELP THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE. If you are not already on our email database and would like updates about all the news on our upcoming events, please contact Megan. T: (02) 8875 4625 E: firstname.lastname@example.org STAY IN TOUCH BEQUESTS As our population ages, we need to extend our services to meet growing demand. Leaving AlzNSW a gift in your will can give us the long-term fnancial confdence to maintain and extend our vital support services, continue to educate carers and health professionals, and invest in research to stop this deadly disease. Make a will or update your existing will and include a bequest to AlzNSW. You should always seek the services of a solicitor or trustee company to prepare your will to ensure that it is correctly drafted and is practical in meeting your wishes.To fnd out more about how you can help AlzNSW by leaving a gift in your will, contact Diana Waring. T: (02) 8875 4631 E: email@example.com IN MEMORIAM DONATION By making a donation in memory of a loved one, you ensure his or her memory lives on by helping others. You can also celebrate the life of a loved one by asking for a donation to AlzNSW in lieu of fowers. In memoriam envelopes can be made available at a funeral, church, wake or service where friends and family can make a donation to AlzNSW. A receipt will be sent to the donor and, with their permission, a letter will be sent to the family to advise them of the kind gift. The amount of the gift will remain confdential and gifts $2 and higher are tax-deductible. T: (02) 8875 4673 E: firstname.lastname@example.org SEND US YOUR STORY Some members help our fundraising and awareness-raising efforts by sharing their stories of dementia, whether funny, tragic, empowering, uplifting, inspirational or sad. If you would like to help our fundraising and awareness-raising efforts by telling your story, please contact Karen. T: 1300 636 679 E: email@example.com BRING IT TO THE TABLE We are bringing the fght against dementia to the nation's tables with a get-together with a difference. Members of the community, carers and supporters will host events, such as high teas or board-game dinners, and raise the conversation about dementia while raising much-needed funds for Alzheimer's Australia. Bring it to the table will be launched in April with events throughout June. If you would like to know more about this great fundraising initiative please contact Donor & Community Development Executive Megan Thomas. E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: (02) 8875 4625 COMMUNITY FUNDRAISING Planning a fundraiser in your local community or workplace? We are revitalising our community fundraising program and are looking for support from passionate fundraisers. We can guide and support you in preparation for your event, from morning teas to gala balls. T: 02 8875 4625 E: email@example.com DEMENTIA AND DRIVING RESEARCH AlzNSW is participating in a dementia and driving project with the University of Wollongong and the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District. If you have dementia and drive a car, researchers at the University of Wollongong would like to invite you to participate in a telephone survey. All participants will be mailed a free information booklet on driving and dementia. e aim of the study is to seek your feedback on this booklet. If you would like to learn more about joining this study please contact Dr John Carmody MRCPI FRACP, Staff Specialist Neurologist, Wollongong Hospital. E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: (02) 4253 4430 or 0427 468 544 Post: Neurology Department, Level 4, Block C, Wollongong Hospital, Wollongong NSW 2500
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