Open Collective
Open Collective



We are a group of people with dementia working with local businesses to make communities safer and more accessible for those with dementia via awareness


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-£1,139.85 GBP
Invoice #166843
Added funds #602142
-£458.75 GBP
Invoice #111006
Today’s balance

£665.50 GBP

Total raised

£2,306.10 GBP

Total disbursed

£1,640.60 GBP

Estimated annual budget

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News from MemoryBilia

Updates on our activities and progress.

Prima womens magazine

Our member Lorraine was interviewed and her dementia journey was highlighted, along with a host of misconceptions put right, in the 2022 May issue of Prima magazine, circulated to an over 300,000 circulation of most over 55...
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Published on May 12, 2022 by Wayne Eaton

MacDonalds Mats

Working with the Tuesday morning MacDonalds cafe and the management, Lorraine of MemoryBilia has advised and worked with her local MacDonalds to have their doormats rebranded to improve the safety and visual perception, for those with demen...
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Published on April 17, 2022 by MemoryBilia

Banking Advice

Working with a major UK high street bank to improve their products and services aimed towards disabled customers and any of their specialist requirements.
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Published on March 10, 2022 by MemoryBilia


We, as representatives of MemoryBilia, have been living with various diagnoses of dementia but that has not stopped us from speaking out despite the massive blow to confidence that a diagnosis of dementia brings. Thanks to participation amongst peers in what grew to be an influential working group of people living with dementia on a local, regional, national, and international level.
MemoryBilia wishes to concentrate on Medway, but also work beyond, with the main emphasis being to help you protect our peer's long-term individual futures by making our communities more dementia safe, aware, friendly, accessible & useable for all residents living with a dementia diagnosis.
We want to help you, help others whilst we still can, and make businesses and shops a safer more welcoming place to visit and shop, and spend!
We think of ourselves as dementia pathfinders and activists that work closely with local council, businesses, education and service providers to find more effective ways to make the community more aware and dementia safer.


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