Giving Hope in Loving Memory
You can help us find a cure for brain tumours sooner by giving in memory of a loved one.
An In Memoriam gift is a donation made after a loved one has passed away; whether this be through a collection at their funeral or a sum given by their heirs.
Brain tumours are a devastating disease but the motivation to support our cause from the families who’ve lost loved ones is amazing.
If you would like to, you can set up a Brain Tumour Research Tribute Fund in memory of a loved one - a positive way to remember and celebrate the life of someone special whilst contributing to the work of Brain Tumour Research.
“My husband Paul died in June 2014 after he lost his brave battle with a brain tumour. Paul’s story is not unique, not unusual and not fair. The only way families will ever hear the words we longed for - 'there is a cure' - is through research moving forward. Brain tumour research is massively underfunded and Paul wanted to change that. I therefore felt it a fitting tribute to ensure that funeral donations were given to a cause close to both our hearts; with the hope that funds raised in his memory would go directly to helping find a cure for future generations.”
- Jen Halfpenny.
You can read Paul's story in full here
If you would like to organise funeral donations to be collected online or in person, please get in touch with us: firstname.lastname@example.org. We can supply Gift Aid collection envelopes for distribution at funerals.
Every donation received in memory of a loved one will help us find a cure for brain tumours sooner. The names of loved ones in whose name funeral donations are made are memorialised in the special In Our Hearts section of our regular supporter magazine, Believe. Find out more here.