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Gifts in memory

A 'Gift in Memory' can be a unique way to remember the life of someone important to you.

By donating in memory of someone to Demelza Hospice Care for Children, you can make a real difference to families with a child or a young person with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition.

If you are arranging or attending the funeral of a family member or friend, you may like to commemorate their life by donating to Demelza, rather than buying or sending flowers.

In memoriam donations in lieu of flowers, can be:

Given or posted to the funeral director or a family member
Sent by post, phone or given in person to Demelza Hospice Care for Children either in Sittingbourne or Eltham
Given online through our website

Donations made by UK taxpayers qualify for Gift Aid, which means we can claim an extra 25p in every £1 from the Inland Revenue.  If you require any gift aid envelopes, please contact us.

It is important to remember to advise us of who the gift is in memory of, your relationship to them and your address so that we can write and thank you.  A letter will also be sent to the next of kin after the funeral acknowledging and thanking them for the total amount donated in memory of their loved one.

For more information please contact Lisa Busby our Trust & Legacy Fundraiser on 01795 845275.

to download our Candle for Care flyer - a way to donate in memory of a loved one at Christmas.

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