Donating in memory
Making a donation to National AIDS Trust in the name of someone you have lost is a really special way of connecting to a cause that was important to them. Let us know if you are donating in memory of a loved one and we can send you more information about how your donation is helping our work.
You can donate here and leave a message telling us that you are donating in memory.
Fundraising in memory
Organising a fundraising event in memory of a loved one is a very special way to show others what was important to the life of someone you have lost. There are so many options for fundraising events and the best way to choose what to do is to find something you love to do. You can find ideas for fundraising here and ideas for virtual fundraising here.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning a fundraiser so that we can help you with resources and tips.
Challenge yourself in memory
A wonderful way to celebrate the life of your loved one is to challenge yourself to complete a run or another sponsored event with National AIDS Trust. You can find out more about current challenge events for #TeamNAT here.
If physical challenge events aren't for you, there are endless opportunities for other sponsored challenges you can set yourself.
Contact Alice Goldsmith if you want help planning a challenge event.
Collecting at funerals or memorials
You may want to collect donations for National AIDS Trust in lieu of flowers collected at funerals and memorial services. This is an incredibly moving way to help National AIDS Trust to continue our vital work ending new HIV transmissions and challenging stigma and discrimination.
During the COVID-19 crisis, we are unable to send you envelopes for collection. However, you can set up a donation page in memory of your loved one on Virgin Money Giving or JustGiving where friends and family can raise donations and share memories.
If you would like help setting one of these pages up, please contact Alice Goldsmith.