Frequently asked questions

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What is Jog on dementia?

Jog on dementia is a marathon challenge with a twist. Take on 26.2 miles whenever and wherever you like. Complete the distance in days, weeks or months. The finish time doesn’t matter. It’s about raising vital funds to help finish dementia.

Are there any registration or participation fees?

No – Jog on dementia is free to take part!

Do I have to jog?

No you don’t - you can jog, walk or run your marathon distance or do a mixture of all three!

When do I have to complete my marathon by?

This is your challenge. Set yourself a target as to when you’d like to finish your marathon. We recommend completing your challenge by 31 March 2019 so you don’t miss out on our support! However, if you are unable to take part and wish to take part later, do let us know and we will be able to support you either way.

Is there a deadline for paying in donations?

Pay in your donations by 31 March 2019 to win some fantastic prizes!
Reach £150 by 31 March 2019 and you will win an Alzheimer’s Society wristband
Reach £350 by 31 March 2019 and you will win a team medal!

Can I take on the challenge with others?

Absolutely! When you register you will be asked whether you’d like to set up a team. When your teammates register, they can select which team they’d like to join and your fundraising pages will be linked.

How do I get a running top?

You can purchase an Alzheimer’s Society top via here. Make sure to use discount code JOGON for 10% off cotton t-shirts, running t-shirts and vests!

I don't have a smartphone or device capable of tracking my activity, can I still take part?

Yes! You can still set up your supporter page and add runs manually within Everydayhero. See our guidance here.

How do I fundraise?

As soon as you sign up to your challenge your fundraising page will be created for you, simple! All income is transferred directly to us. You will be able to share your progress on Facebook and Twitter too. We will also provide fundraising tips and support throughout your journey.

How will Alzheimer’s Society use the funds I have raised?

Your money raised will make a big difference to the lives of many affected by dementia. To find out more you can visit our website at

Can I take cash donations?

You can pay offline donations into your fundraising page, you also have the option to collect sponsorship via our sponsorship form or by sending us a cheque. You can view a full list on how to send in your offline donations here.

How do I link a tracking device to my fundraising page?

We have guidance on how to track your device to your Everydayhero page, you can view this here.