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Donate in memory

Donate in memory

You can help the memory of loved ones live on by supporting the vital work we do with vulnerable children, young people and families.

We believe that no child or young person should face mental health problems alone.

Just a small gift in memory of a friend or relative can make a big difference.

We are grateful to everyone who chooses to donate to Place2Be in memory. Their support helps children and young people across the UK to build their futures confidently.

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

 

How do I donate in memory?

  • Donate through our website and select 'In memory' from our menu
  • Set up an online tribute page on MuchLoved, where you can share photos and memories of your loved one
  • Collect donations at a funeral and post your cheque to us.
  • Donate over the phone by calling our Supporter Care team on 0207 923 5000
  • Set up a memorial page on JustGiving. Collect donations and new messages for as long as you like. Download our JustGiving memorial guide (PDF 167KB)

 

Get in touch

Do you have any questions? Are you donating in memory and want to tell us more?

We would love to hear from you. Please get in touch with us using the following details:

friends@place2be.org.uk

0207 923 5000

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