Help Solve the Worlds Largest Puzzle

Together We Can Work It Out

We know that dementia is not a normal part of ageing. There are more than 100 forms of dementia and, every day, an estimated 250 people in Australia develop it.
Right now, no one has the key to the solution.

It’s the world’s hardest puzzle and it’s going to take all of us to solve it.

Luckily, you don’t have to be a scientist to help! You can simply buy an eCard here for someone you love. These proceeds will help support people affected by dementia and help researchers take a step closer to finding a cure.

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How It Works

Your eCard will help raise funds for research, and provide vital support for people living with dementia.
Choose a card, add a donation and give a fun gift that shows you’re committed to solving the world’s hardest puzzle.


Step 1


Choose a design

Step 2


Send your personal greeting

Step 3


Add a donation amount of your choice

Step 4


Your online puzzle will be sent with your eCard

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Don’t need an e-card?
Click here to make a donation.

Choose your eCard

Every eCard comes with a mind-sharpening puzzle
for your friends or family to enjoy.

Give a gift that can help solve the puzzle

By sending an eCard from our gift card series, you’ll make a lasting contribution that helps fund vital research and support services.

Every eCard comes with a mind-sharpening puzzle for your friends or family to enjoy.

While your loved ones are exercising their minds and solving their puzzles, Dementia Australia will be working hard to seek answers to the condition which affects over 436,000 Australians.

Your gift is vital

Every three seconds someone in the world develops dementia. Here in Australia around 250 people develop dementia each day, and sadly it’s the leading cause of death for females in our country. There is no cure, but you can help us fund research and support services for people affected by dementia, their families and carers.

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When you buy an eCard your donation could help fund:

Vital Research

Vital research that will uncover the causes of dementia and determine better treatments for the disease


Scholarships and project grants to attract new and early career researchers and promote innovation

Early intervention and advocacy

Early intervention, education, counselling and advocacy programs


Support for people with dementia, their families and carers