Corporate support

Bring your team together and expand your community impact. Your workplace can help children and families like Angelina's now and in the future

Donations, sponsorship, fundraising activities, pro-bono services, in-kind contributions or skilled volunteering, are all powerful ways you can help children with dementia.

We have a number of partnership opportunities in 2024. Our corporate support information pack is coming soon. In the interim, we'd welcome speaking with you about making an impact in ways that best suit your organisation and team. You can reach us at

Your support can give children like Angelina and their families hope for the future

Angelina had no symptoms of childhood dementia until she was 14. Her mum, Niki pictured above with Angelina, told us her diagnosis was, “a complete shock”.

“Angelina was like most other teenagers. She had no signs or symptoms or any abnormalities. She was extremely social, self-motivated, goal-driven, academic and had big dreams for her future.”

Angelina’s condition quickly declined. Niki says that within 2 years, Angelina was lucky to write a few words or read simple sentences.

Niki wants to see more awareness of childhood dementia, more screening for it at birth and more research.