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In memory giving

Give in memory

Keeping the memory of a loved one alive through fundraising it is a great way to commemorate their life. Create an ongoing Much Loved tribute fund – continue their story.

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What is an online tribute page?

Remembering and sharing a loved one’s little quirks, stories, pictures, jokes and things that made them special can help keep their memory alive.

An online tribute page is a place where you, your friends and family can come together and remember – by posting photos, leaving messages, sharing stories or lighting a candle at special moments or significant dates throughout the year. It’s somewhere to share the fundraising you’re doing in their memory and to take part in events in their honour.

Creating a tribute page is a positive way to celebrate your loved one’s life and is an easy and simple way to fundraise in their memory while helping us to end kidney disease.

Create an online tribute page with Much Loved

It only takes a few moments to create a personlised tribute page.

Search for an existing tribute page

Other ways to give in memory

Funeral collections

Collecting donations in memory is an opportunity to remember a loved one whilst supporting a cause that was important to them when they were alive.

You can choose to do this at their funeral, memorial service or celebration of life, by asking for donations instead of flowers.

Make a donation in memory

Choosing to honour your loved one's memory by donating to Kidney Research UK is one way to continue their story.

Every donation in memory of a loved one, provides vital financial support to research into finding better treatments, new ways to prevent kidney disease and ultimately find a cure for kidney disease.

Fundraise in memory

Organising or taking part in an event in memory of your loved one is a great way to celebrate their life and raise money to fund vital research to help Kidney Research UK lead rapid change towards a world where lives aren’t limited by kidney disease.

Got a question? Get in touch

For more information or if you have any questions, get in touch with our Supporter Care Team:

0300 303 1100

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