Giving in memory of a loved one or friend is a very personal way of remembering them – and supporting us.
You can do this in lots of ways:
Collect at a funeral
Simply collecting donations instead of flowers at a funeral can help us to continue to provide vital support for those struggling with their caring role.
Most funeral directors are willing to collect donations in lieu of flowers, handling the administration of these gifts for you and making sure they are passed to us. Those organising the funeral simply let people know to make their cheque payable to ‘Caring Together’, and advise the funeral director of the name of the person being remembered when sending this to their office.
Donate or set up a regular gift
Many people like to ask family and friends to make a donation to the Charity in lieu of gifts to mark a special occasion such as an anniversary or birthday.
- Regular Giving – some people like to make a regular gift to mark a special date such as an anniversary or birthday. You can set up a regular donation either by Standing Order.
- General donations – some like to give to the Charity simply when the person comes to mind. If you would like to do this, you can through our donations page.
Hold an event in memory
In memory donations are a valuable and positive way to remember a loved one, while helping us to support those that need help caring for their loved ones.
If you are fundraising in memory of someone special.