Gifts in memory

Giving a gift in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to celebrate their life.

People often ask for donations instead of floral tributes, or choose to honour someone's memory by supporting a charity close to their heart.

Blind veteran Bill Brant at Remembrance

By making a donation via any of the options outlined below, the name of the person you are remembering will be added to our online Book of Remembrance.

As well as the online Book of Remembrance, we can set up a Tribute Fund as an ongoing way to support us in memory of a lost loved one. Our Tribute Funds recognise the special nature of these gifts and enable people to establish a permanent memorial in their loved one's name. There are three milestones that occur at different stages of a Tribute Fund and at each stage we can create a lasting memorial to remember your loved one in a special way.

Making a donation

Online: We include a section for the name of the person you're remembering, or you can donate to a Tribute Fund

By post: Send a cheque (payable to 'Blind Veterans UK') with your name, address and details of the person you're remembering to the below address:

Blind Veterans UK
12-14 Harcourt Street

Please note that we can still accept cheques payable to 'St Dunstan's' if it is not possible to issue a cheque payable to 'Blind Veterans UK.'

By phone: Call our In Tribute Team on 020 7616 7953 to donate by credit or debit card.

'In Memory' collections for Blind Veterans UK:

If you would like to make a collection in memory, we can send you special collection envelopes for simple and discreet donations. Please call our Tribute team on 020 7616 7953, email or write to us at the address above.

Poppy Wreath at Remembrance Book of Remembrance

Read and write dedications to loved ones in our book or remembrance

Blind veteran Rob Long Leave a gift in your will

Find out how to leave a gift in your will and help support Blind Veterans UK

Giving in Memory image Tribute funds

View an existing memorial in our remembrance garden or to create a Fund for your loved one.