Donate in Memory of a Loved One Losing a loved one is hugely difficult.And while it will always be a painful and emotional time, celebrating their life by supporting an important cause can be a positive way to remember that special person.If you have experienced the wonderful contribution of care workers and would consider commemorating your loved one by supporting our mission, we would deeply appreciate your gift.Over what could be many years, our care workers can form deep and trusting relationships with those they help, until they're treated like one of the family.And while they give so much, sometimes it's the care workers themselves who need assistance. This is where The Care Workers' Charity steps in, providing hardship grants in times of need. Donate in Memory of a Loved One There are various ways to commemorate a loved one: Donations in Lieu of Flowers If you would like to remember your loved one by asking friends and family to make a donation at the funeral or memorial service, perhaps in lieu of flowers, we would be extremely thankful.If you have a collection to donate, you can send it to:The Care Workers' Charity, W107 Vox Studios West, 1-45 Durham Street, London SE11 5JH. Alternatively, you can donate online by clicking here, where you have the options to make a single or regular contribution in memory of your loved one. Tribute Page These pages allow you to remember your loved one by adding tributes and photographs online.Friends and family can contribute too, as well as leaving donations.For more information, please see JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving. Gifts in Wills To learn more about legacy donations and leaving a gift in a will to The Care Workers' Charity, please click here.If you would like any more information or support, contact us at [email protected]org.uk.