What is a Fund in Memory?
A Fund in Memory is a special way to remember someone you love.
It’s a place for you to celebrate their life, and all they meant to you. You’ll be able to post photos and messages of support, share treasured memories of your loved one with everyone who cared about them, and fundraise together for breast cancer research.
Your Fund in Memory will help you do something amazing in your loved one’s name. Something that will help others and build a better future. Something that makes sure their memory lives on.
Each Fund in Memory is as unique as the loved one whose life it celebrates. It’s yours to personalise and share with friends and family, in whatever way feels right to you. As your fund grows with treasured memories about the moments you shared, so will its power to bring hope to others.
Every single fund – however big or small – is helping to fund research to make sure that no one else has to go through the pain of losing a loved one to this terrible disease. Because only research can stop breast cancer taking the lives of the people we love.
The fund is yours, for your loved one, for everyone who loved them.
It’s for a future where no one dies from breast cancer.
It’s for hope.
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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.
Need help starting a fund?
We know that starting a fund is a very personal commitment, and our Fund in Memory team is here to support you every step of the way.
If you need help starting or updating your fund, or would like some fundraising support, please visit our support section or get in touch with the team.
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