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Funeral donations

You can celebrate your loved one by asking friends and family to make a donation at their funeral or memorial service. People often choose to make a charitable donation in lieu of buying flowers.

Collecting donations online

Asking your family and friends to donate via our website is a special way to celebrate your loved one. They’ll be able to let us know that their donation is being made in memory. Please do ask people to tell us your loved one’s full name so that every donation is accounted for.

You can also create an online tribute page on Much Loved or Memory Giving. Both of these websites allow you to set up a personal tribute page where people can share memories as well as make donations, and you can keep them up and running for as long as you like.

Giving at a funeral or in memory service

Our free Giving in Memory pack includes donation envelopes and an eco-friendly collection box to use at the service. The donation envelopes allow for a name to be written on them so we can provide you with a total raised in your loved one’s memory.

We are here to support you every step of the way and will make this process as simple as possible for you. If you need to speak to us, please call 01252 749043 or email inmemory@thebraintumourcharity.org.

Where to send funeral collections

Please send your donations to;

The Brain Tumour Charity
Fleet 27,
Rye Close,
GU51 2UH

(Cheques should be payable to ‘The Brain Tumour Charity’)

You can also pay in your donations collected from a funeral service online. Please make sure you reference your loved one’s name so we can ensure all donations received will be attributed in their memory.

If you would like to speak to the Giving in Memory team, please call 01252 749043 or email inmemory@thebraintumourcharity.org

The team are here to support you every step of the way.