Donating or fundraising in memory of someone is a very special and meaningful way to remember them. We’re always incredibly touched and grateful to receive these donations, especially if your loved one has died following a severe allergic reaction and you wish to honour them through helping us to raise awareness about anaphylaxis.
Make a donation in your loved one’s name
You can make a one-off donation or set up a regular donation online through our website. Please let us know in the ‘Anything else we need to know?’ section when you make your donation the name of your loved one and your relationship to them, so that we know that your donation has been made in memory of someone special.
Creating an online tribute fund
Through JustGiving you can pay tribute to someone by setting up an online fundraising page to collect donations in their memory. Visit www.justgiving.com/anaphylaxis, click ‘fundraise for us’, register or log in and select ‘remembering someone’.
Collecting donations at a funeral or memorial service
If you are having a collection, the best way to get the donations to us is by cheque. Please ask your guests to write their cheques to the ‘Anaphylaxis Campaign’. Your guests can choose to Gift Aid if they are a UK taxpayer.
If your guests donate by cash, please collate together their donations and write us a cheque. Send your cheques, together with and any Gift Aid forms in the post to: Anaphylaxis Campaign, 1 Alexandra Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 6BU.
Taking on a fundraising challenge
Some people like to take on a fundraising challenge in tribute to their loved one such as a running event. Please contact our fundraising team so that we know that you are taking part in your challenge in memory of someone special.
Our fundraising team can speak to you in confidence about any plans you have to collect donations at a funeral or memorial service or giving a gift in memory. Please call them via +44 (0)1252 546100 or contact email@example.com.
Our information and helpline team can offer support and a listening ear in confidence if your loved one has died following a severe allergic reaction. Our national helpline is available from Monday-Friday between 9am-5pm via +44 (0) 1252 542029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cruse Bereavement Care can also offer support when you experience grief, or need support when you lose a loved one. Information for bereaved family and friends can be found on their website.