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Donate in memory of someone you love

Give in memory to charity. When you donate in memory of someone, together with the help of families, and our innovative programmes, more children around the world will be able to thrive. There are lots of ways to do this, including leaving money to charity in your will.


Donating in memory is a great way to remember someone special. It not only helps raise money to help children around the world, but leaving money in charity to your will also champions a cause your loved one cared about.


Hold a virtual funeral collection

Create a funeral collection - a great way to collect donations but also to remember your loved one as friends and family can share thoughts and memories. 

Please get in touch if you would still like to request funeral envelopes. You can call us on 0207 012 6400 or email us at supportercare@savethechildren.org.uk

Set up your tribute

Set up your tribute online in memory of a special person and raise money to make sure that children in the UK and globally are kept safe, healthy and learning.

Take part in a sponsored event

Take on a sponsored run, walk or challenge event and raise money with friends and family. If you have a specific event you want to organise, you can put on your own fundraiser with our help. 

Leave an in memory gift in your will 

If you want to leave a gift to Save the Children in your will, or if you've already done so and would like to let us know, please contact the Gifts in Wills team who would be very happy to support.

You can also request our free will writing guide to find out more. 

Other ways to raise money in memory

If you wish, you can also set up an online memorial page where people can donate.

Whatever you do, your gift will help children not just survive, but thrive, and go on to build a better world.

Together we can power possible.

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