Giving in memory or celebration
In memory or celebration donations are a positive way to support people with learning disabilities to achieve exciting new things every day, while celebrating a loved one’s life or a special occasion.
The loss of a loved one can be a sad and difficult time. At SeeAbility, we understand that for some people it can be comforting to make a charitable donation in their memory. Donations are also a wonderfully generous way to celebrate significant life events, such as momentous birthdays and weddings.
In honouring your loved one or celebrating your personal milestones, you can help us shine a light on people’s abilities, enabling them to live independently and be more actively involved in society.
Together, we’ll be building a world where people with learning disabilities can achieve things they never thought possible.
In memory donations
For a collection at a funeral or life celebration, you may find ‘Giving in Memory’ leaflets useful, with a tear-off form to make donations by cash, cheque or card, and make a Gift Aid declaration. Often funeral directors will help by collating donations on your behalf and afterwards sending them directly to us.
If you would like some ‘Giving in Memory’ leaflets, please get in touch with us by phone at 01372 755042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In memory donations, including collections, can be made online via our donation page, or by posting cheques (made payable to ‘SeeAbility’) to SeeAbility, Newplan House, 41 East Street, Epsom KT17 1BL.
MuchLoved online tributes
You may wish to create an online tribute page to remember your loved one, with stories, memories and pictures to share amongst family and friends.
Our online partner, MuchLoved, offers a free personalised tribute service to help you to remember and commemorate the loss of someone in a very special way. By setting up a tribute it gives the ability to easily process online donations and collect Gift Aid, with funds automatically transferred to your chosen charity, SeeAbility.
Susie developed cataracts and was told an operation would be ‘too difficult’. After years of being denied treatment, our charitably funded vision rehabilitation and specialist support teams took action - Susie had the operation!
What an incredible difference; she can now see and communicate more easily. Support from people like you changed everything for Susie.