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Set up a Tribute Fund

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15 Apr 2010

By giving in memory, you’ll have a touching way to remember and celebrate your loved one.

When you make a gift in memory of a loved one, you can either make a one off gift in their memory, or you can choose to set up a JustGiving Give in Memory page dedicated to them, which you can use to share their story.

  • You can share your memories of your loved one, and tell people why you’ve chosen to give in memory.
  • You’ll be able to keep a journal, writing posts to tell people visiting the page about your loved one, or to update people on how you’ve been raising money tribute.
  • There’s space to share treasured photographs and videos of you and your loved one and their family and friends.
  • People can write a message with their memories of your loved one when they donate, so that together you can build a shared memorial.

Once you’ve set up a page for your loved one, everyone can contribute to it however and whenever they wish. You’ll be able to see how much money you’ve raised in tribute and find out how you’ll help support people affected by blood cancer.

From making a gift on a special anniversary to setting up a regular gift in their memory, friends and family of your loved one can celebrate and remember their life. If you want to hold an event to collect donations, or you want to complete a sponsored challenge in memory of your loved one, the money you raise can be added to the page in memory of your loved one.

We’re so grateful to every person who gives in memory of a loved one – it’s a truly special way to remember and celebrate their life and change the lives of a family affected by blood cancer.

Visit JustGiving to set up a Give in Memory page for your loved one. 

If you have any questions, please contact Yvonne Dickson via email or telephone on 0131 524 1323 if you'd be interested in setting up a page for your loved one.