Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a positive way of celebrating their life, and your gift will help us to support families affected by immunodeficiency. We know that in memoriam gifts have extra meaning and we are always honoured to receive them. Here are some ways to get you started.
Arrange for friends and family to donate to Immunodeficiency UK instead of sending flowers, as a meaningful way to honour the memory of a loved one. You can arrange a collection yourself or your funeral director may be able to help you.
Please ask guests to make cheques payable to Immunodeficiency UK and send donations, along with details of the person whose memory they have been collected in, to Immunodeficiency UK, PO Box 12635, Colchester, CO7 5AN.
Some people choose to donate on a specific date each year to mark a birthday or an anniversary, sometimes by setting up a direct debit in their loved one’s name. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to do this. Alternatively, you could join with friends and family to raise money.
Set up an online giving page
You can set up an online page on JustGiving and keep track of donations made in memory of your loved one. Friends and families who have raised money in this way tell us that it has helped them to do something positive at a time of sadness.
Other ways to donate in memory
You can set up your own Tribute page and collect donations for Immunodeficiency UK at MuchLoved | The memorial tribute charity.