Here are a few ways to remember your loved one and support Asthma UK’s work. Everything you do helps us in our mission to prevent asthma attacks and cure asthma.
Create a lasting tribute to a loved one
Setting up a tribute fund online creates a place to remember your loved one. It’s the perfect way to celebrate their life and cherish the memories you have. Contributions can be made to the fund through donations received at memorial services and funerals or any fundraising activity for Asthma UK. It only takes a few minutes to set up and, once it's up and running, Family and friends can show their support in any way they like – by leaving messages in a visitors’ book, sharing their memories, making a donation, or organising events.
Much Loved enables you to find a tribute fund, or to create one in aid of Asthma UK using the link below.
Remember a loved one with a donation
Celebrate their life and help to stop asthma attacks and cure asthma.
Or call the team on 0300 222 5800 to make a credit or debit card donation over the phone.
Collect at a funeral
You can do something amazing for Asthma UK and celebrate the life of your loved one by having a collection in their memory. Order collection envelopes by either phoning 0300 222 5800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Create or take part in an event
Organising an event in memory of your loved one is a great way to celebrate their life and raise money to help Asthma UK support more people with asthma and their families. Whether you choose to take on a challenge event, plan your own fundraising or raise awareness you’ll be making a life changing difference.
Fundraising for Asthma UK to us, is a way of keeping the memory of our daughter alive, whilst along the way raising much needed funds and awareness of the serious risks of asthma. Hannah was diagnosed with mild asthma and was still taken from us far too soon.
If the funds raised can prevent just one family from going through what we went through all the hard work would be worth it.
Whether it be the hard work preparing for a marathon, long distance cycle rides, cake sales at schools, collection tins or our successful charity fancy dress nights there are a number of ways to raise awareness and highlight the serious dangers, and all for a fantastic cause."
If you’d like to speak to someone about your loss, we’ve collected a few sources of advice and support.