Donate in memory
Choosing to honour your loved one’s memory by supporting Life is one way to continue their story and their legacy.
Give a donation in memory
Hi! I’m Matt, and thank you for considering donating to Life in memory of your loved one.
While the pain of bereavement can never go away by itself, it’s heartening to know that we can honour our loved one’s memory by giving in support of a cause they cared about.
In this way, your loved one’s legacy and story can continue for many generations. And Life’s work is particularly concerned with the legacy we leave in our children. Through donations like yours, mothers, children, and families can make the transition into motherhood or adoption and flourish on their individual journeys.
To donate in memory and continue your loved one’s legacy, please use the form.
National Fundraising Officer
Create a tribute fund page
What is a tribute fund page?
A tribute fund page is an online space to remember your loved one.
It’s a lasting way to share memories and photographs of your loved one, giving you a special place to celebrate their life with friends and family. Visit your tribute fund page whenever you want – to remember, to smile, to shed a tear, or simply to feel close to your loved one.
The tribute fund page also allows you to raise funds in honour of your loved one.
How to set up your tribute fund page
Tell us a few details about yourself and your loved one using our form below.
We’ll set up your tribute fund page within five working days.
Share the link so other people can visit, share memories, or make a donation to support Life in honour of your loved one.
Your tribute fund page is a space to continue your loved one’s memory for years to come.
Get started with your tribute fund page
It only takes a few minutes to let us know everything we need to set up your tribute fund page.
Get further support
Cruse Bereavement Support give support, information, and advice for anyone who’s experienced a bereavement.
Bereavement Advice Centre supports and advises people on what they need to do after a death.
Samaritans are there to listen, whatever you’re going through.