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Donating or fundraising in memory of someone is a very special and meaningful way to remember them – honouring their life and helping others at the same time.

We’re always incredibly touched and extremely grateful to receive these donations, which mean so much.

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You can support Buckinghamshire Mind in memory of someone in different ways:

  • Make a donation in their name

We’re so grateful that people choose to remember someone special by donating to Buckinghamshire Mind. Every donation helps us to be there for others who need our support. As you make your donation, you can tell us the name of this special person and, if you want, you can tell us more about why you are donating.

  • Collect at a funeral or memorial

Collecting donations at a funeral can help Buckinghamshire Mind to make a lasting difference in memory of your loved one. You might choose to do this by asking for donations instead of flowers. You can also hold a collection at celebration of life services and memorial events.

  • Take on a fundraising challenge

Taking part in a challenge event or organising your own fundraising event is a wonderful tribute and a really special way to remember someone special to you. You can set-up a fundraising page in memory of your loved one here or via Just Giving.

  • Create a tribute fund

Create an online tribute page on Facebook Fundraising or MuchLoved as a way for you to honour and remember your loved one – as well as fundraising. You can use your MuchLoved page to share special memories, photographs and stories about your loved one. Please visit It’s really simple to set-up, but if you need any support please get in touch.

For advice and information about giving in memory, please email [email protected]

“If it wasn’t for Bucks Mind I don’t know where I’d be. They’ve really helped me so much. If anyone is experiencing mental health problems and you need to come to Bucks Mind’s services, then you definitely should come because it really will help.”

How your funds can help

  • £50

    could pay for a school assembly on mental health.

  • £100

    could enable a service user to receive up to 5 hours 1:1 support with our Employment Support service.

  • £500

    could pay for a service user to have a volunteer Befriender for 6 months.

  • £1000

    could pay for a seaside day trip for around 50 people attending our wellbeing services.

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