A wonderful way to remember a loved one is to make a donation to a charity close to their heart. If you make a donation in memory to SRUK, your gift could help support individuals diagnosed with Scleroderma and Raynaud's, or fund medical research to find treatments that provide a better quality of life.
We rely on the generous support of our community as we receive no government funding. Legacies and 'in memory' giving make up almost half of our funds, so we truly appreciate you thinking of us at this time.
Here are some ways to donate in memory:
- Collections in lieu
Many people choose to ask family and friends for donations in lieu of flowers. If this is something you would like to do, we can offer support and advice. If you would like to organise this yourself we can provide donation envelopes, literature and collection boxes. Please get in touch on 01270 872776
and we'll send you what you need.You may wish to ask your funeral director to organise this on your behalf – if so, we would be happy to liaise directly. Your funeral director may find it helpful to know SRUK is registered with Memory Giving.
- Special Date Collections
After the loss of a loved one, you may want to continue supporting SRUK. A lovely way to remember a loved one is to make a donation on a special date like a birthday or anniversary. You may even wish to create a donation page in memory so family and friends can remember together – Justgiving is one website that allows you to do this.
- In Memory Page
You may wish to set up a permanent in memory page to remember your loved one, where friends and family can share stories, pictures, remember together and donate together.
- Donate by post
Sometimes, friends and family choose to make a donation by cheque. If this is the case, cheques should be payable to 'Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK' and posted to Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK, Mawdsley House, 112 Crewe Road, Alsager, ST7 2JA.
We understand how challenging a time this can be, so please get in touch if there is anything we can do to make things easier.
Thank you for thinking of SRUK.