It’s time to tie up your apron, dust off your baking bowls and whip out your whisks, because Alzheimer’s Society’s Cupcake Day is back on 18 June.
Whether you’re a baking rookie or a seasoned pro, all that matters is raking in the dough to help transform the lives of the 850,000 people currently living with dementia in the UK.
If you need some extra inspiration to make your Cupcake Day a recipe for success, Alzheimer’s Society’s online shop has plenty of items available to buy at shop.alzheimers.org.uk
It’s never been more important to unite against dementia. Dementia is the UK’s biggest killer, with someone developing it every three minutes. If you do the maths, that’s six people in the average time it takes to bake a batch of cakes.
Research into cure, care and prevention is the only way we can beat dementia. Alzheimer’s Society needs your help to raise funds to bake new ground that will have a life-changing impact for those living with dementia now and will help create a world without dementia in the future.
As well as raising vital dough-nations for research, Cupcake Day will also help provide and improve support and help to oust stigmatised attitudes about dementia once and for all.
Have you got what it bakes? Sign up and join us this June for Cupcake Day.
We here at the carer would also like to do our bit to put a bit of fun amid this current crisis. Please send photographs of cupcakes made by any homes or residents to email@example.com our sales manager Sylvia will pick a winner and £50 in Marks & Spencer’s gift vouchers will “wing their way to you”!
Website: Sign up for your free fundraising pack at cupcakeday.alzheimers.org.uk