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Donate in memory

Donate in memory

Raising funds and donating in memory of a loved one is a special way to remember them.

There are many ways of celebrating the life of your loved one, from setting up a tribute page that lasts for years to collecting donations at their funeral.

Tribute pages

Tribute pages help family and friends to celebrate their life by sharing photos and messages, collecting donations in their memory and remember them at special anniversaries.

You can set up a free individual tribute page in your loved one’s name with our partner organisation, MuchLoved. 

Set up a tribute page

If you'd like more information, or have a question, call our Supporter Care team on 0207 923 5593 or email friends@place2be.org.uk.

Funeral collections

Gifts given at a funeral are a wonderful way to celebrate a life and memory. Donations can be paid in on our website or by cheque. Please make cheques payable to Place2Be and send them to 175 St John Street, London, EC1V 4LW.

If you'd like to collect at a funeral and would like leaflets, Place2Be pin badges or other resources to distribute, please get in touch with our Supporter Care team on 0207 923 5593 or email friends@place2be.org.uk.

When I lost my son I chose Place2Be as a charity to support at the time of his funeral as it was a charity that believed wholeheartedly in supporting young people in schools with early intervention. I have been, and continue to be so impressed with the work that Place2Be does with young people in schools. Lucy Alexander, parent and Place2Be Ambassador

A regular gift in memory

Regular giving is also a great way to help ensure that we plan ahead for the future. You can easily set up a direct debit for as little or as much as you like. 

Set up your direct debit

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