Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to celebrate their life. We know these gifts have extra meaning and we’re always grateful to receive them.
Thanks to kind people like you, we can continue granting life-changing wishes to children and young people with critical illnesses.
By asking family and friends to make a donation in memory at the funeral of a loved one, or instead of sending flowers, they’ll be honouring the memory of their loved one in a meaningful way. You can arrange a funeral collection yourself, or your funeral director may be able to help you.
How donations in memory can help more children
You can help donations go further by requesting donation envelopes for your family and friends to complete alongside giving a cash or cheque donation. Not only will this help you keep track of what has been donated, it’ll also allow us claim Gift-Aid on the donations made, meaning that we can more life-changing wishes to more seriously ill children.
Children like 4 year old Mohammad, who was diagnosed with Acute Leukaemia and wished to have a football themed bedroom makeover. Read his story here.
To request donation envelopes please call, 0118 304 2775.
Please send donations along with details of whose memory they have been collected into:
Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK, Seventh Floor, Thames Tower, Station Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1 1LX
Alternatively, you might like to choose to donate on a special date that signifies a birthday or anniversary. You could make a single donation, set up a Direct Debit, or create a JustGiving in memory page.
Thank you for thinking of Make-A-Wish at this difficult time, your donation will help other families create special memories of their own.