More than 30 insurance firms pledge Alzheimer's Society support

Insurance Day of Giving 2019

Adam Saville
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More than 30 insurance firms pledge Alzheimer's Society support

Money raised will help support 700 researchers for UK Dementia Research Institute

To coincide with World Alzheimer's Month in September, the Alzheimer's Society has announced that more than 30 firms have signed up to support this year's Insurance Day of Giving on Thursday 7 November. The event, which is in aid of the Insurance United Against Dementia (IUAD) campaign, is to raise money to help support 700 researchers from UK Dementia Research Institute, working to improve and develop treatment for the disease. The firms that have signed up to the initiative include Aon, Aston...

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