A BUSINESSWOMAN from Formby whose father has dementia has launched a range of stationery to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society.
Victoria Kennedy established her small business, Sitori Ltd in 2020 and has recently launched a new range titled ‘Little Moments.’
The stationery range includes journals, trackers and memory books which have specially designed to help with day-to-day dementia life and includes handy features such as daily reminders for medication, body and brain exercises and monitoring mood, sleeping habits, hydration and nutrition.
Victoria is keen to make a difference to those living with dementia and will donate 5% from each sale to the Alzheimer’s Society.
She said: “I have decided to donate part of the proceeds from the Little Moments range to Alzheimer’s Society because I see first hand through caring for my father how small things make a big difference and how important little moments are for family and friends to cherish.
“It’s great to think I will be raising funds to help support people living with dementia now and to fund research to one day find a cure for dementia.”
Linzi Stewart, community fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Society said: “Following a difficult year for people with dementia, we are in awe of supporters like Victoria whose brilliant fundraising efforts enable us to reach more people through our vital support services, like the Dementia Connect support line.
“Our services have been used five and half million times since the first lockdown began in March last year and have been a lifeline to thousands, but there are so many more who urgently need our help.”