Giving in memory

Making a donation in someone's memory is a very special way to remember a loved one, and at the same time help children with brain injury.

Increasingly, people are choosing to ask family and friends for donations in lieu of flowers at a funeral service or life celebration. If this is something you would like to do, we aim to make the process as simple as possible - as understand it is a difficult time for you. We can provide:
  • Giving in Memory leaflets, giving information about The Children's Trust, plus a tear-off donation form (including Gift Aid declaration)
  • Collection boxes
By letting us know the name of the person for whom a collection is made, it enables us to collate all donations given in their memory. Sometimes funeral directors will collect donations on your behalf and send them directly to us.

Book of Remembrance

At The Children's Trust, we offer an inscription into our Book of Remembrance to anyone specifically making an in-memory donation. Our beautiful book is on display in a glass-topped, wooden case, and we encourage supporters to come and see their entry (by prior arrangement). We also enter, each year, the names of those who leave a legacy. An entry is our way of thanking you for your donation, and as such, there is no associated cost to you. We can arrange, for a small fee, a replica of your inscription; as a keepsake and comes encased in hard-back remembrance card. To find out more about Giving in Memory, please call Charlotte on 01737 364 349 or email Donations can be sent directly to: The Children's Trust, Tadworth Court, Tadworth, Surrey KT20 5RU or online using our donate facility. Please include the name of the person you are wishing to remember and the reason for your special donation.

Three easy ways to change a child's life

  • I would like to make a regular donationDonate
  • I would like to make a one-off donationDonate
  • I would like to pay in the money we raisedDonate