Giving In Memory
Coronavirus Funeral Donations Update
The loss of a loved one is an emotionally difficult time and we know that planning a funeral or memorial service can be hard. With restrictions in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, and with the number of family and friends who can pay their respects at the service limited, this can be even more upsetting for everyone involved. There are ways, however, that family and friends can still commemorate your loved one and make a donation in their memory to support our vital work.
"The Forget-me-not Tribute set up by Thames Hospice was an excellent way to pay tribute to my brave and beautiful wife, Gillian."
A lovely way to share memories and stories, as well as light virtual candles, add photos, music and make donations. These online tributes offer a permanent digital memorial which you and family and friends can continue to add to and grow. Click here or on the 'Forget-me-not' box below to create an online Tribute. Alternatively, please get in touch and we will be happy to help set this up for you.
For a simple way to donate from home, please click here or on the 'Make a donation' box below to make your donation: please include the name of the person you're remembering.
How your donations help
Here are just a few ways your donations can help:
- £11.40 pays for one of our Health Care Assistants to visit a patient at home for one hour.
- £28.67 will cover the cost of age-appropriate books and leaflets about bereavement for children and young people.
- £1,305 can buy a syringe driver which will help control pain and sickness so that patients can spend the very best quality time with friends and family.
For help or enquiries, please call us on 01753 842121 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org When donating, please mention the name of the person whom you are remembering.