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Thank you for considering supporting Jigsaw in memory of someone special.

Donating or fundraising in memory of a loved one can be a meaningful way to remember someone special while making a real difference to the lives of others. Whether marking a significant occasion or asking friends and family to donate in memory of a loved one, you’ll be helping us to be there for children and young people coping with bereavement, thank you so much. 

Create an online tribute page

You can create a dedicated, personalised tribute page as a lasting place to remember a loved one and fundraise their memory using muchloved. Share your page and invite family and friends to share memories, messages, pictures, and donations in memory of your loved one. 

Make a donation

Make a personal, private donation in memory of someone special, or invite family and friends to do so. You can make an  online donation here or visit our donate page for further ways to donate.  

Funeral collections

Some people choose to request donations to a charity as part of their loved one’s funeral arrangements. If you would like to ask for donations to Jigsaw (South East) in memory of your loved one, you can:

  • Create a dedicated, personalised tribute page using muchloved and invite family and friends to share memories, messages, pictures, and donations in memory of your loved one.
  • invite family and friends to make a personal, private donation in memory of  your loved one on our online donations page (please note you will not be able to view donations made on this platform).
  • talk to us or your funeral director about other ways to collect for Jigsaw (South East).

Fundraise in memory

Take part in a challenge or hold a fundraiser in memory of someone special and raise funds to help us support more families through bereavement. 

If you wish to talk to someone in our team about giving in memory of a loved one, please get in touch with Sophie on Sophiebewley@jigsawsoutheast.org.uk or 01342 313895

Should you or anyone you know need support, please visit our home page for information on how we can help or call our helpline to speak to one of our team: 01342 313895

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