Fundraise in memory of a loved one
An NSPCC Tribute Fund can be a practical and meaningful way to remember them
Raising money for a cause that was close to their heart can also help to bring consolation at a time of grief.
Creating a Tribute Fund
NSPCC Tribute Funds are simple to set up and can help keep someone's memory alive by protecting children in their name.
While traditionally flowers have been used as tributes, more and more people are thinking about setting up a more lasting tribute for their loved ones. Of course, the fund doesn't have to be in place of flowers: it can be set up at any time and by anyone.
Organising events in memory of a loved one
Many of our Tribute Fund holders organise specific fundraising events such as runs or walks and then develop them into annual events, often to mark poignant dates such as birthdays and anniversaries.
Get in touch
If you would like more information or ideas about how you can fundraise in memory of a loved one, please call Rosalind on 020 7825 2939 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember someone special
An NSPCC tribute fund can help you to remember the life of somebody special by protecting children in their name.
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