Create a Tribute Fund

If you have lost a friend or loved one you might want to honour them by setting up a tribute fund. 

What is a tribute fund?
It is a fund that can be set up as a lasting tribute to someone special. Named directly after that person, the fund offers family, friends and colleagues the opportunity to contribute to a living memory. Many relatives and friends find that channelling their energies into supporting a cause is a positive and therapeutic way of helping to cope with their loss.

The fund is open to contributions from anyone and can be supported in any way you choose. You can remember special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries and other important dates, or you can make a regular gift. If you want extra help with fundraising ideas, we are here to help. From coffee mornings to running a marathon, there are many ways to raise money for a fund.

How will tribute fund money be used?
All gifts donated through the fund will help Cardiomyopathy UK provide expert information and support
to families affected by the heart muscle disease cardiomyopathy. We receive no government funding and rely on donations. We will use all monies as they are raised rather than when the fund finishes. If a particular area of our work interests you, please get in touch.

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