For the times we shared For the moments I’ll treasure For everyone who loved you

This is for

A Fund in Memory is a special way to remember someone you love and raise money to offer support for today, and hope for the future to people affected by breast cancer.

Margaret was full of life, kind-hearted and generous to the very end. All of us who knew her were amazed by her energy and wicked sense of humour.

Read Hedwig's story

My mum had such a love of life. We saw someone we loved suffer so much and we wanted something good to come out of our heart-break.

Read Polly's story

I wanted the fund to be a continuation of her life. People come and share what Paula meant to them, she’s still very much alive.

Read Carmel's story

For you to celebrate their life, and all they meant to you

Starting a Fund in Memory is a simple, meaningful way to remember your loved one. It’s a place to come together with family and friends and fundraise for Breast Cancer Now.

Each Fund in Memory is as unique as the person whose life it celebrates. And each fund, no matter how big or small, will help us to provide life-changing care and fund world-class research.

Funds in Memory offer an easy way for you to connect with others virtually. These special online pages provide a simple way to organise a funeral or memorial event collection online and will remain here for you to continue to use visit as often or as little as you like.

You can start a Fund in Memory for your loved one today, in just 10 minutes. Or if you’d like, you can take some time to find out more about Funds in Memory and if they’re right for you, by hearing stories from others who’ve decided to remember their loved one this way.

Other ways to give in memory

If you would like to remember someone special, to pay tribute to and celebrate their life, there are many ways you can support people affected by breast cancer in their name.
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Providing support for today and hope for the future

Your fund will help create a future where everyone who develops breast cancer will live – and be supported to live well.

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