William Scott Foundation's Memory Walk 2015

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13 August 2015

William Scott suffered from Alzheimer's in the last years of his life. He was not alone; around 225,000 people develop dementia every year – that’s the equivalent to one person every three minutes. It is for this reason that the William Scott Foundation is proud to donate all royalties, reproduction and other fees to the Alzheimer's Society.

This September, Lucy Inglis (associate editor of the William Scott Catalogue Raisonne) and Edward Proia (volunteer at the WSF) are representing the WSF in the Surrey Memory Walk to help raise money for a world without dementia.

If you want to donate Lucy Inglis has set up a Just Giving page. Once you donate Just Giving will send your money directly to the Alzheimer's Society.

Please click on the link if you want to help Lucy raise her target.
www.justgiving.com

Or you can text EPLI99 £1 to 70070

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