Fundraising in memory for local charity
If you’d like to raise funds for local charity in memory of a loved one and you’re looking for ideas – we can help. You might be a family member, friend or colleague of a former patient. Or maybe you’re just looking for a local charity for your in-memory fundraising, to make a difference close to home. Whatever your reason and whoever your special person is – we’ll be there to support you every step of the way.
How can I raise funds in memory for Rennie Grove Peace?
However you’d like to raise funds in memory – we’ll support you with charity fundraising advice and ideas. And you’ll make a massive difference to other families in Bucks and Herts facing life-limiting illness.
Here are some of our in-memory fundraising options.
A Rennie Grove Peace tribute fund is your online space to share thoughts, memories, photos and videos of someone special. For example, you can light virtual candles and post special messages on birthdays and anniversaries. Some families use it as a way of sharing funeral details and requesting donations in memory. If you’d like to, you can add an event to your tribute and update it with any additional funds you raise in memory. Watch your tribute fund grow and know that your loved one’s legacy is helping other families get the same care and choice.
Could you host a bake sale, coffee morning, quiz night, golf day or open garden in memory? Maybe you could theme your event around your loved one’s hobby or passion. See our What’s on calendar for ideas and inspiration.
Families often say that training or preparing for a sponsored challenge gives them a positive focus when they’re grieving. You could set up a Tribute Fund for your loved one, and then link your JustGiving online sponsorship page to it. Then everyone’s messages, photos and donations are all recorded in one place – a lasting tribute to that special person.
Could you skydive in memory? Or run the London Marathon maybe? If there’s a personal challenge you’d like to take on in memory of your loved one – just let us know. We’ll support you every step of the way.
Bevan tackled Land’s End to John O’Groats on his bike, raising funds in memory of his best friend, Steve.
We host events throughout the year that you might like to join and raise funds in memory of someone special. You could ask family and friends to sponsor you in one of our active challenge events like the Colour Fun Run, Herts 10K or Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge.
We also host two walking events every year that are dedicated to in-memory fundraising. Miles in Memory lets you set the route and the date as well as the pace. And our annual Daffodil Walk at West Wycombe Park is the perfect place to reflect and remember in a beautiful setting.