Donate in memory

When someone we love dies, it can help to do something positive in their memory.

Friends and colleagues of Olwyn Barnett, who was a major driving force for St Michael's Hospice: donations are still being made in her memory.

For many families whose loved one received care at St Michael’s Hospice, making a donation in their name is a way of celebrating their life. For others, it can seem like an appropriate way of saying thank you, or giving something back.

Many families ask for donations instead of flowers at a funeral, and we can help by providing donation envelopes. The envelopes also mean taxpayers can Gift Aid their donation. Collection tins and buckets are also available.

Whatever your reason, any donation, no matter how big or small, will be gratefully received. Your gift will ensure St Michael’s Hospice can continue providing love and care to other patients and their families for generations to come.

Giving in memory can be something you do once, or on a long-term basis. Many families set up a Tribute Fund in a loved one’s name. To find out more about setting up a Tribute Fund, please call Denise Bishop on 01432 851 000.

To make a donation in memory of a loved-one you can click on this link to ‘Sponsor a tile’.

If you would like to speak to someone about donating in memory, or request donation envelopes, tins or buckets, please contact Denise Bishop on 01432 851000 or email dbishop@st-michaels-hospice.org.uk