A tribute page is a dedicated page celebrating the life and memory of your loved one. Dealing with a loss can be very difficult, and often friends and family want to do something positive in memory. A tribute page is a forever place where you, family and friends can come together to share memories, music, photos and special days.
Your online tribute page is free to create and has no expiry date, ensuring that the memory of your loved one lives on forever to be shared with friends and family for years to come.
How can I use a tribute page?
With your tribute page you can:
- Collect donations in their memory
- Add photos, videos and music
- Share stories and memories – and share your thoughts in your own private journal
- Share details of your loved one’s funeral or memorial event
- Mark anniversaries by lighting a candle or leaving a special gift
- Add an event you’re doing in their memory
Friends and family who visit the page can:
- Share messages and photos
- Light a candle or leave a gift
- Make a donation in your loved ones memory
If you are in the process of arranging a funeral for a loved one, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for thinking of St Ann’s Hospice at this incredibly difficult time.
To make this as simple as possible on the day, we can help you set up a tribute page which can be used a funeral notice and a way for family and friends to donate to St Ann’s Hospice in lieu of flowers at a funeral memorial service.
Another way to collect donations is using collection envelopes. These make it easy for friends and family to donate and include the option to Gift Aid to increase their donation to St Ann’s Hospice by 25%, at no extra cost to them.
Need to speak to us?
If you need any more information, whether it’s helping set up your tribute page or requesting donation envelopes, we’re here to help. Please contact our Individual Giving and Legacy team on 0161 498 3631 or email email@example.com.
How your donations make a difference
We’re so grateful for all the support we receive. Some people want to just raise as much as they can, whilst others like to set themselves a target.Find out more here