Could your business help people to live well with dementia?
Dementia is one of the biggest public health issues of our time. 850,000 people live with dementia in the UK and that number is growing rapidly. Currently, there is no cure for dementia.
But music can help. Research shows that listening to personally-meaningful music can improve the symptoms of dementia, support memory and communication, and help people to reconnect to loved ones and to their own pasts. In the midst what can be a very isolating disease, music can be a lifeline.
By supporting Playlist for Life, your business can help to keep Playlist for Life support free for families around the UK who are affected by dementia.
Here are a few ways you can get involved. Or why not get in touch? We’re always happy to chat.
A coffee morning with a difference!
Enjoy a cuppa and cake with colleagues whilst raising awareness of the power of personal musical for dementia.
Could you join #TeamPlaylist? Get some colleagues together and fundraise for Playlist for Life. Bonus: The Hunter Foundation adds 50% of anything you fundraise!
We can provide Music Detective training for your staff, promote your fundraising activities and support you to become a dementia-friendly workplace.
A tax-effective way to support us, with your employees donating directly from their salary when you nominate Playlist for Life.
No payroll giving scheme? Click below to visit the HM Revenue & Customs website for more info.
Every penny you donate will help us to share the power of personal music with more people affected by dementia. You also have the opportunity to offset your charitable giving against your company’s corporation tax.