Give in memory
Giving us a gift in memory of a loved one is a positive way to celebrate their life, helping to achieve good mental health for all both now and in the future.
You can make a significant difference by supporting us in the following ways:
Make a single or regular donation
Give your gift online
You will have the opportunity to tell us that your gift is in memory of a loved one and we will contact you if you would like to share more details about who you are remembering with your gift. There is no obligation to tell us more.
Send a cheque
Address your cheque to Mental Health Foundation, Colechurch House, 1 London Bridge Walk, London, SE1 2SX. Remember to include a note to let us know who your donation is in memory of. Please make cheques payable to Mental Health Foundation.
Give your gift over the phone
Call us on 020 7803 1121 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm to make your gift by debit or credit card. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Set up a Someone Special page with Virgin Money Giving
A someone special page is an online memorial to your loved one which you can share with family and friends. Your fund will display all the donations made in their memory. If you have any questions please email email@example.com.
Fundraise in memory of a loved one
Take on a personal challenge or organise an event to celebrate the life of someone special. Join thousands of our supporters who fundraise for us in memory of a loved one each year.
Sabina (above, right) is one of those supporters. She lost her father to suicide when she was 18. In 2016 she chose to run the London Marathon to raise money for the Mental Health Foundation in memory of her father. Read Sabina's story.
You may have your own special way of remembering your loved one. From running a marathon or selling cakes, to organising an event in celebration of your loved one, we are here to support you every step of the way.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support. However you choose to remember the life of a loved one, you are helping to achieve good mental health for all.