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Donate in memory

Gifts in memory of a loved one are an important and meaningful way to celebrate their life.

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There are many ways you can remember and celebrate the life of someone special. Giving in their memory you will also help us be there for people when they are struggling to cope with financial crisis due to a life – changing situation such as bereavement, illness and a missed pay – check.

Donate in memory

Your support today will go a long way in enabling us to continue the fight against UK poverty.

Make a donation online today

Other ways to donate

You can also call us on 020 8834 9271 to make a donation over the phone (Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm) or make a cheque payable to Turn2us and send it to: Hythe House, 200 Shepherds Bush Road, London / W6 7NL.

Regular gift

Setting up a direct debit or standing order in memory of your loved one is a generous and long lasting way to give in their name. 

Set up a regular gift online

Tribute Fund

Starting a Tribute fund in memory of your loved one is a special way to honour their life. It means any donations you make now, or in the future, will go towards a fund in their name.

If you have any questions about setting up a Tribute Fund and would like to contact us, please email fundraising@turn2us.org.uk.

Funeral collection

If you’re planning to ask for donations to be made at a loved one’s funeral or memorial service, we’re extremely grateful that you’ve thought of us at this time.

Funeral donation envelopes

We‘ve got donation envelopes you can give to people attending the funeral. They can be provided to people at the funeral. We’re also able to provide collection boxes if this is something you would like.

Arranging a collection online 

You may wish to create an online page to share with others. This allows anyone who can’t be with you on the day to make a donation or share a message.

Starting a page in memory of someone special means you can share thoughts online as well as make donations. For many, it is the start of a Tribute Fund that you can keep visiting for years to come.

Create a Tribute Fund

Funeral directors

You could ask your funeral director to help you collect donations, they are usually happy to help with this. You can provide them with our contact details and we’ll be happy to help them if they need any support from us.