Give in Memory
Losing a loved one can be an incredibly difficult time and everyone deals with their grief in a different way. We know that doing something in memory of someone you have loved and lost can help with the healing process and ensure that while your special someone may no longer be with us, they will never be forgotten.
Ways to Give in Memory
1. Create a Primrose Tribute Fund
An online tribute fund offers a space to remember and celebrate the life of your loved one. It’s somewhere for you, your family and friends to visit and share memories, stories and photos. A Primrose tribute is a fitting way to ensure that their memory lives on.
Once your fund is created, you can add to it at any time. For example, you may choose to celebrate a special day or anniversary by contributing to the fund, whilst others may hold their own fundraising event or take part in one of our events such as our Lantern Walk.
We will write to the tribute fund holder once a year with an update on how much has been raised and the work that it’s supporting.
If you would like to set up a tribute fund, simply click here:
Alternatively, please call the fundraising office on 01527 889796 or email email@example.com. Our fundraising team are always on hand to offer support and guidance and can provide materials to help with your fundraising if required.
2. Set up a regular donation
Your regular gift in support Primrose Hospice means we can help to plan for the future and to continuously develop our services. With your support, we can provide care to over 1,100 patients and their families every year.
Click below to create your regular gift today or call the Fundraising Team for support on 01527 889 796 .
3. Donate in lieu of flowers at a funeral
Rather than buying flowers for a funeral, many people prefer to ask family and friends to make a donation instead.
Your funeral director will usually be happy to arrange this for you, or you can order our donation envelopes by contacting us.
For more information on ways to give in memory, please call 01527 889 796 or email firstname.lastname@example.org