Your support will ensure that we are able to acquire new resources and equipment, pursue training opportunities, and expand our services and programming. Email the Fund Development Coordinator Trisha Clancy at [email protected] today!
Why get involved?
Because only 40% of our budget is funded through the government, the Society depends on fundraising events and donations to provide programs and services across Hastings County, Prince Edward County and Brighton. The monies pay for salaries, travel, training, internet, phone, heat, light, support group costs, library resources, etc.
Each year, the Society raises over $200,000 thanks to support from individuals and businesses who understand the importance of our mission! Learn more about how you can support us and get involved in our fundraising and community awareness!
Shaken Not Stirred is Back for 2023 and Bigger Than Ever!
Introducing "Shaken Not Stirred: Gala for All" - gender inclusive age of majority event (19+). March 29th 2023 at The Grand Belleville. 2023 Theme: British Invasion! Sponsorships now available. For more information contact Fund Development Coordinator Trisha Clancy at [email protected]
THANK YOU! Over $11,300 raised during the McDonald's Fundraiser for Alzheimer's
All day long on World Alzheimer Day 2022, 50 cents from each M, L and XL hot beverage sold was donated to ASHPE. Additionally, generous donors gave cash and tap contributions in the drive-thru. THANK YOU to everyone who took part and supported. See you in 2023!
Dementia Friendly Communities
Another great way to support our local Society is to get involved in our MISSION! The Society aims to educate our community about dementia, and provide a Dementia Friendly Community in Hastings-Prince Edward, where persons living with dementia and their care partners feel welcomed, safe, comfortable and supported. Contact Public Education Coordinator Jennifer Loner at [email protected] to register your business or organization for Dementia Friendly Virtual Training, and learn more about our "DFC Decal" program.