Newcastle United star Peter Lovenkrands explains why raising money for and awareness of Alzheimers is so important to him. To donate you can visit his JustGiving page
Here's some of the highlights of Peter Lovenkrands' career to date.
The Denmark international scored for Rangers against Villarreal in the Champions League knock-out phase in February 2006.
He also grabbed a hat trick in Newcastle United's 3-0 FA Cup win over Plymouth Argyle in January 2010.
A number of Newcastle United stars have donated items to support Peter Lovenkrands with his fundraising for Alzheimer's disease.
Tim Krul, Steven Taylor, and Papiss Demba Cisse are among the players who've given items including signed shirts, pictures, and other memorabilia.
So far, Lovenkrands has raised more than £18,000 for charity.
People who make donations on his JustGiving page have the chance to win these items.
Newcastle United forward Peter Lovenkrands is offering his support to people with Alzheimer's disease.
The Danish international has been personally affected by the illness after his late father, Bent, suffered from Alzheimer's before his death two years ago.
Now the 32-year-old has raised more than £18,000 for charity, and is using his status as a Premier League footballer to increase awareness of the disease. Visit JustGiving for more details.