Donate in Memory
However you decide to pay tribute to your friend or relative, please know that we are deeply honoured and humbled to be thought of in this very special way. Your loved one’s memory will live on through our work and in the hearts of all those helped by your gift.
Read on to find out more about the different ways we can help you to commemorate someone special.
A Hero Fund is a special way to celebrate a loved one’s life and values.
Whether you want to share your fund with friends and family or keep it as a private act of remembrance, all donations will be added together to create a lasting tribute that will change veteran’s lives forever.
The Patrick family and their friends support help for Heroes in memory of Jack, who passed away aged only 20. Jack’s father, Shaun, explains why they chose this way to celebrate his life and keep his memory alive.
MEMORIAL COLLECTIONS AND SINGLE GIFTS
If you are arranging a funeral or memorial service and would like to hold a collection, please call our Supporter Care Team on 0300 303 9888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate that this can be a difficult time and are here to make the process as simple as possible. Our team will register your collection, send you a supply of our remembrance envelopes or a collecting box and answer any questions you may have.
To make a one-off donation, please call our Supporter Care Team or donate online and tick the box to let us know that your gift is in memory.
Whether you donate online or over the phone, please do tell us the name of the person you’re commemorating so that we can ensure your donation is marked as being in their honour.
Fundraising in Memory
Fundraising in tribute to a loved one is a great way to create new and happy memories.
To register a fundraising event, please call our Supporter Care Team on 0300 303 9888 or email email@example.com. As well as making sure you have everything you need for your event to be successful, we’d love the chance to find out more about the very special person you’re commemorating.
You can also create an online fundraising page for an event if you have a Hero Fund for your loved one.