Alzheimer’s Memory Ribbon Day

Please support our national Alzheimer’s Memory Ribbon Day,

Thursday, 21st November 2019

Love Island winner and professional rugby 7’s player Greg O’Shea is encouraging members of the public to support our annual nationwide Flag Day collection Alzheimer’s Memory Ribbon which is taking part in every county in Ireland on Thursday, November 21st.

On  that day our teams of volunteers will be selling purple Memory Ribbons all across Ireland with all of the funds raised going towards crucial dementia services that we provides in your local town. These services provide essential assistance to people living with dementia and to the loving families who support them.

Our new ambassador Greg O’Shea said: “This November, I’ll be remembering my nana who had Dementia and passed away only recently. Dementia has a major impact on our society; it’s one of our biggest health challenges. Please support Alzheimer’s Memory Ribbon and help to raise much-needed funds to support people with dementia around the country. People can volunteer on the day or buy a Memory Ribbon on Thursday, November 21st.”

We need your help!

This is easy! REGISTER ONLINE   to volunteer in your area!

We urgently need generous people, just like you, to volunteer to sell our Memory Ribbons in towns across Ireland.

Just one hour of your time will make a tremendous difference!


Purchase a purple memory ribbon pin for €3 each from collectors on the streets of cities, towns and villages across Ireland and support your local service.

Our team of collectors will be around the country on Thursday, 21st November, so please give as generously as you can!

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