Give in Memory

Remember a loved one by supporting Asthma UK’s work

Give the gift of hope and honour a loved one's memory by donating today

If you've lost someone to asthma you're not alone. The recent coronavirus crisis means people with asthma are more vulnerable than ever and record numbers of people need our support.

But there is hope. Making a gift in memory today to remember a loved one can help us be there for with lifesaving advice in this difficult time. Thank you.

You can set up and promote your own tribute page to remember your loved one in three easy steps:

Step 1: Set up a JustGiving page

An icon of a computer screen JustGiving enable you to set up a tribute page where you can add photos and stories of your loved one.

Step 2: Share with friends and family

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Share the page with friends and family and encourage them to add their memories

Step 3: Donate to Asthma UK

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Donate in memory to us and help support our work towards a cure for asthma.

Remembering Cameron

Cameron Brown sitting in his pushchair pointing and smiling at the camera

"We lost our lovely son Cameron from an asthma attack when he was only two. He wasn't diagnosed with asthma, only a viral wheeze, so it was a complete shock.

We wanted a lasting legacy in Cameron's name. Setting up a Tribute Fund has been wonderful. We felt supported by the memories and messages people left on the page. It was also good to know that we raised awareness of how serious asthma can be.

Over the ten years since Cameron's death, we have taken part in all kinds of fundraising for Asthma UK. We've organised balls, bake sales, car washes and even run marathons and raised £100,000. This is more than we ever could have imagined."

Gemma and Ashley Brown, Cameron's parents

How does your money help?

The Brown family's fundraising could:

  • Cover the cost of an asthma nurse on our helpline for two and a half years, offering lifesaving service.
  • Fund one of our 3-year PHD studentships with a scientist committed to researching potentially life-changing advances in asthma diagnosis and treatment.

Do you need support?

If you would like to speak to someone about your loss, we recommend calling the Cruse Bereavement Care helpline. Cruse can offer emotional support to anyone affected by bereavement and help people who have lost loved ones to understand their grief and cope with their loss. You can call their helpline on 0844 477 9400.