Giving in Memory
Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things you may ever have to face. But during a time of sadness, finding a way to honour the memory of your loved one can be of some comfort. It can also be a comfort for many family members to know that all donations raised in memory of a loved one will help other families affected by pancreatic cancer.
Donations in lieu of funeral flowers:
If you’re considering ways in which to give in memory, you might like to think about asking for charitable donations to Pancreatic Cancer Action instead of funeral flowers. We can supply you with donations envelopes for people attending the service. Simply contact us by email or call 0303 040 1770
For a more lasting way to commemorate the life of a loved one, you may want to pay tribute to them by setting up an on-line Pansy Tribute which can be shared with relatives and friends.
Remember a loved one in your own way, perhaps by donating instead of flowers, lighting a candle, fundraising or simply remembering. An on-line Pansy Tribute offers a place for all this and much more.
Simple to set up, easy to use, your Pansy Tribute Fund can hold your photographs, thoughts, sounds and memories all in one place. Anyone can open a Pansy Fund and everyone can contribute, in a way they wish.
Donate on-line easily and securely, send cheques or donate regularly by Direct Debit and watch your Pansy Fund grow. You can even collect sponsorship on-line with an ‘events’ page.
Create a contacts list and keep everyone updated at the press of a button. The Pansy Tribute can even send out an email invitation to light a candle and leave a message on special anniversaries and much more.
Every penny donated to your Pansy Tribute Fund will help Pancreatic Cancer Action fund the essential projects to enable earlier diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.
There is no cost to set up your tribute so why not visit the Pansy Tribute Fund and see what you think?
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
By keeping your loved one’s memory alive, you will also be helping future patients survive pancreatic cancer.
Thank you so much for your support.