About Campaign

ends 31 Jan 2020, 11:59 PM
Despite being a full-time caregiver for 10 years for her special needs son, nothing could prepare Maggie Lee when her husband, Gan Beng Hui was diagnosed with young onset dementia in January 2015. He was only 49 years old then. Due to progressive nature of the condition, he has to stopped work eventually in 2018.

Maggie was overwhelmed with her new-found role as the sole caregiver and breadwinner. As the saying goes "As the going gets tough, the tough gets going", she actively sought help and get in touch with ADA to turn her arduous care giving journey around.

Since 2015, Maggie's family is even more bonded than before. She sees the importance of involving persons with dementia in activities, instead of isolating them. "Despite dementia, your loved ones can still lead a meaningful life!"

Gift a boost today and let's encourage persons with dementia and their families to carry hope for better days ahead!

About the Charity

Alzheimer's Disease Association (ADA) was formed in 1990 as a result of a growing concern for the needs of persons with dementia, their families and caregivers. Through our work, the Association hopes to reduce stigma by increasing awareness and understanding of dementia, enabling and involving persons with dementia to be integrated and accepted in the community and leading in the quality of dementia care services which support persons with dementia and their families.

As a non-profit organisation, ADA operates with limited resources. We cannot battle dementia alone. Here's how you can share in our mission and make a difference: Donate today! Proceeds will be used to help fund our programmes and services that will benefit our beneficiaries and their families.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.


Alice Wong, Contact Person