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Why we need your support:

Our films celebrate the great lives of people living with dementia, shifting the focus away from the illness. We help to boost their self-esteem and mood and provide the information to allow their care workers to deliver person-centered care. Every donation helps us to make another film for someone living with dementia.

“You are making someone’s life feel important at a time when they feel like they are losing everything” Julie, daughter of My Life Films star Donald.

Ways to support us


Donate by post:

Send a donation along with your name, post address and email address to: My Life Films, Unit 2 Dickson House, 3 Grove Road, Richmond, TW10 6SP. Please make cheques payable to My Life Films.

Don’t forget to Gift Aid it!

If you are a UK Taxpayer you can Gift Aid your donation to make it worth 25% more. Just fill in the form below and send it along with your donation in the post and we will do the rest.



We are always looking for volunteers to help fundraise with us. We hold regular fundraising events and need your support. If you’re interested in donating a few hours of your time, get in touch on: 020 8948 7560 or email

Run for us:

Tick off that New Year’s resolution to get fit and register to run in a race of your choice. We’ll send you a fundraising pack including your own My Life Films t-shirt!

Contact Christian if you’re interested: or 020 8948 7560


Hold your own fundraising event:

Get creative with your own fundraising ideas. Love to bake? Hold a bake sale and donate what you raise. Or clear some space in your wardrobe and sell your unwanted clothes. Every little helps and each pound raised helps us to support people with dementia, their families and care workers.


Thank you to all of our generous supporters:

We are very thankful for the continued support of Richmond Parish Lands Charity, who have given us generous start-up funding and have allowed us to move into our very own office space.

We are also very grateful to the William Grant and Sons Fund and the  Barnes Workhouse Fund for their generous grants that allow us to continue to make free life-story films for people with dementia.

Thanks to Pathways through Dementia and Support in Dementia for their support and training.