Donate in memory

Set up a Tribute Fund or make a donation in memory of someone.

A donation in memory of a loved one can help take a child anywhere

There are lots of ways to pay tribute to a loved one by supporting our work with children and families across the country. However you decide to remember them, we hope you'll feel comforted knowing you're helping to bring light into children's lives.

Donating in memory of a loved one

A gift to the NSPCC in memory of a loved one can help their memory to live on, in brighter childhoods for children. This could be a single or regular gift, or perhaps a donation on a day special to you or your loved one.

Make a donation online

You can also donate by calling our Supporter Care team on 020 7825 2505 or emailing

If you would prefer to give by cheque then please post the cheque, along with your own name, address and details of the person you are remembering to NSPCC Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3NH. Please make all cheques payable to 'NSPCC Registered Charity'.

Organising a funeral collection

A Tribute Fund can be a lovely and simple way to collect funeral donations.

Tribute Funds are a unique online space which you, friends and family can fill with pictures and memories of your loved one and also make donations.

Create a Tribute Fund

We can also provide funeral collection envelopes to help make donating on the day easier.

Just give us a call on 020 7825 2505 or email, letting us know how many you would like, your address and your loved one's name.

Setting up a Tribute Fund

A Tribute Fund can also provide a lasting tribute to a loved one.

Any fundraising in their memory can be coordinated through the Fund, from running a marathon to organising a bake sale.

Tribute Fund holders receive a regular newsletter sharing stories of how their support in memory of a loved one is helping to protect vulnerable young people and will also be offered a local fundraising contact to provide fundraising support and share news of our work in their local area.

"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

"My mother, Jean, was a primary school head teacher. She’d always supported the NSPCC and even published a book of her own poems in aid of Childline. It was a natural choice to support the NSPCC with a donation in her name."
Alma Kemp

"My parents, Nora and Arthur, always helped people in their time of need and children were the love of my mum’s life. In acknowledging this I decided to ask for donations, in lieu of flowers, for the NSPCC at their funerals. Mum and dad are very dearly missed but would have loved that this money be spent on children."
Eileen Curtis

Get in touch

If you have any questions about making a donation in memory, please get in touch with our Legacy and Tribute team:

Someone to talk to

Grief brings all kinds of emotions and you may want to talk to someone about your feelings. The organisations below can offer support:

Cruse Bereavement Care



Our Childline service offers support to children and young people coping with loss.