Honour one life by protecting another
"Our son, Sam, died suddenly aged 18. He was our world. Sam came from a loving home, but he knew that not all children were so fortunate. Through his tribute fund, we can remember Sam and help other children." - Sue and Bill Sherwin.
An NSPCC tribute fund can help you keep someone’s memory alive by protecting children in their name.
Each fund will help the NSPCC safeguard children whose lives are just beginning: a truly lasting tribute.
With an online fund, you can upload pictures and write journal entries about the person the fund is honouring. Friends and family can sign the visitors' book, leave messages, light a candle and donate funds in memory of your loved one.
How to set up your tribute fund
Visit our NSPCC tribute fund website and you will be guided through a few simple steps to setting up your tribute fund in memory of a loved one or friend.
Anyone can start a fund and then share it with your family and friends.
If you have any questions please get in contact with the NSPCC tribute funds team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7825 2939.
Help with bereavement
Grief brings all kind of emotions and you may feel very isolated as you struggle to cope with them. A few organisations that may be able to help are listed here:
Cruse bereavement care
If you would like to speak with a trained counsellor you can get in touch with Cruse bereavement care, who have the experience to help you understand your feelings and gradually come to terms with them.
Tel: 0844 477 9400 | Email: email@example.com .
The Samaritans can also provide confidential emotional support.
Children and young people who need someone to talk to about bereavement issues (or any other concerns) can contact ChildLine.
Tel: 0800 1111 | Website: www.ChildLine.org.uk.
Celebrate a life
An NSPCC tribute fund can help you to remember the life of somebody special by protecting children in their name.
Worried about a child?
Don’t wait until you’re certain. Contact our trained helpline counsellors for 24/7 help, advice and support.
Are you a child?
Do you need to talk? Call ChildLine on 0800 1111 or visit us online.