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Pay tribute to the life of someone you love

Giving to Age UK in memory of your loved one is a meaningful way of honouring their life, and all they meant to the people who knew them.

Set up a Tribute Fund

There are different ways to give to Age UK in memory of a loved one. We can help you choose the one that’s right for you.  

You don’t have to make any decisions right away - you can just have a look at some of the information and come back to it later. Whenever you’re ready, we’ll be here. 

Create an in memory page with JustGiving

By setting up a JustGiving page, you can collect donations in memory of your loved one from family and friends, and the money you raise will be securely transferred to Age UK.

A gift in memory of your loved one can help us continue to provide the advice, support and services many older people are relying on.

Giving in memory can be a thoughtful way to continue supporting a cause your loved one cared about, a recognition of the help they received in later life, or simply a way of being there for others as they get older.

Whatever your reason for choosing Age UK, thank you.

I gave to Age UK in memory of my Grandma and hope the funds can go to help elderly people like her live their best life.

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The difference donating in memory of a loved one could make

Your gift could help make sure our advice line can answer calls from those desperate for information and reassurance.

Your gift could help our Telephone Friendship Service be there for some of the most lonely and isolated older people.

Your gift could allow us to campaign for older people's rights and fair treatment.


Support for you

Coping with bereavement

The death of someone you love can be a very difficult time. If you’d like some support to cope with your feelings, we have information that may help.

We're here to help you

Whether you'd like some practical assistance with setting up a Tribute Fund or online collection, or you'd just to talk through your options, our team are available to support you. Email us at inmemory@ageuk.org.uk or call 0800 077 8751.

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