Donate in memory
In-memory donations to Royal Voluntary Service make a powerful impact far into the future
There are many ways to remember a loved one while supporting a charitable cause that’s close to your heart. From making a donation in-memory, organising a collection at a funeral, or by setting up a tribute fund, you’ll find all the information you need here.
Making a donation in memory of a friend of loved one
Donations have become a popular alternative to flowers at funerals. They offer a chance for people to pay their respects by supporting a charity that meant something to the person being remembered.
Having a funeral collection allows people to join together and do something positive to honour the person they’ve lost. Every donation keeps their memory alive and helps us provide vital support to those that need it most.
If you’d like to organise a funeral collection, speak to your funeral director, or to someone who will be officiating at the funeral. Our Supporter Engagement Team will also be glad to help.
If the funeral is being shared online, you can set up an online collection by completeing the details below.
I live on my own. It’s just nice to have company.
Joyce led an active life. But, at 91, problems getting about had cut her off from society and left her isolated. Thankfully we were able to support Joyce and reconnect her to her community.