Fundraising in memory is an incredibly special and unique way to honour someone close to you
Take on a challenge in their memory
Visit the place that’s special to you both
When remembering someone who’s passed away, we often think of the places that were important to them, like where they walked the dog, their favourite pub, or the football stadium where they never missed a match.
Why not raise money in their memory as you walk, run, swim or cycle to your special place?
If you can’t get to your special place, you can dedicate a location anywhere in the world to their memory on our virtual map. You can add their name, a photo and a short message.
Start a new hobby or learn a new skill in their memory
Did they love to cook? You could recreate their famous meal and invite your friends and family around. In the same way people leave tips at a restaurant, why not ask for donations instead? So they too can honour your loved one’s life and help power dementia research.
If you can’t meet your friends and family in person, send the recipe via email or post, and cook together virtually.
Collect donations on special occasions
Create a Tribute page
Tribute pages are a special way to celebrate the life of your loved one, support dementia research, as well as ensuring our children and grandchildren don’t have to face the fear and heartbreak of dementia.
Your page is a place where your family and friends can leave messages and share memories, while also supporting Alzheimer’s Research UK.
Request collection envelopes
If the funeral or memorial service has not yet been held, we can provide collection envelopes which can be gathered on the day or sent back at a later date. Funeral Directors often help out with this process.
Donate in memory
By supporting Alzheimer’s Research UK in this special way, you are helping our scientists turn discoveries into life-changing breakthroughs.