The Purple Angel: Embrace A Global Message For Dementia Awareness

16 Jul, 2013 by

The Purple Angel: Embrace A Global Message For Dementia Awareness

The Purple Angel was created in Great Britain to become that universal symbol, representing our united support, joining together to raise dementia awareness on a global basis; as well as our hope that, one day, researchers will find a cure!

 

The Purple Angel: Embrace A Global Message For Dementia Awareness

In speaking with people taking a Dementia Journey around the world, I recognises how vital it is for professionals, organisations, foundations, universities, communities and companies to:

Adopt ONE symbol that will come to represent our global message and mission of
RAISING AWARENESS, HOPE, and EMPOWERMENT FOR ALL PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA, THEIR FAMILIES, AND THEIR CARE PARTNERS.

The Purple Angel was created in Great Britain to become that universal symbol, representing our united support, joining together to raise dementia awareness on a global basis; as well as our hope that, one day, researchers will find a cure!

Please join us by using the Purple Angel on your website as a symbol of support for enhancing dementia awareness, hope, and empowerment for all.

The copyright of the Purple Angel symbol belongs to Jane Moore of Camelford Dementia Action Alliance, together with our regular contributor Norman  McNamara (@NormanMcNamara) of Torbay Dementia Action Alliance. I have been given authorisation to use the Purple Angel logo to create maximum public awareness. You may use this symbol for dementia awareness and for raising funds for charities connected to dementia. We do not sanction its use for any commercial purposes other than fundraising for charities involved with dementia of all kinds.

Get Involved

For more information on The Purple Angel and how you can get involved, please visit www.purpleangel.org.uk.

For those in the USA, please contact Michael Ellenbogen.

Please tell them Dementia Journeys sent you.

Smiles, love and laughter

John Belchamber
Dementia Journeys

 

 

 

 

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