Giving in memory is a wonderful way to remember a loved one and help us change the future.
Many supporters choose to make or request a gift in memory in lieu of giving flowers at a funeral.
You can make your donation by post, online or over the phone. If you are organising a funeral for a loved one, we can provide Gift Aid donation envelopes for you to distribute at the ceremony.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information on giving in memory or to order Gift Aid donation envelopes.
Make a donation
- Donate online
- To donate by post, download our donation form
- To donate over the phone, please call us on 020 7033 1777
Request to be remembered through a donation
Planning a funeral in advance is not an easy matter but recording your personal wishes can give you and your loved ones peace of mind.
To request that donations are made in lieu of flowers, simply download the card below and attach it to your will. It will help your executor and next of kin to ensure your personal wishes are honoured.
Why give in memory
We will gratefully acknowledge your in memory donation with a letter of thanks.
As well as sending you a letter to gratefully acknowledge your in memory donation, we also send a personal letter of sympathy to the next of kin, to let them know that we have received a donation from you. Please be assured that amounts of individual gifts are never disclosed.
You can also leave a message in tribute to the deceased, which we will feature on our remembrance wall. If you would like to submit a message for our remembrance wall, please contact our supporter care team via email@example.com or on 020 7033 1700.
Other ways to give in memory
Create a tribute page: An alternative way to give in memory is to create a personalised webpage on Justgiving.com, where everyone can donate and leave individual messages. Simply select Amnesty as your chosen charity. Create a JustGiving page
Leave a legacy: To leave a lasting legacy to continue the fight for human rights leave a gift in your will
- In memory donation form
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13 Jun 2013, 9:30am