Giving in memory of a loved one is a special way to remember and celebrate their life.
You may wish to make a one-off gift or ask for donations in lieu of flowers at a funeral. At a later date, you may wish to donate to commemorate the birthday or anniversary of a loved one or take on a challenge in their memory.
However you choose to remember your loved one, your generous donation will make a real difference for generations to come.
Thanks to your support we’re able to go beyond the scope of the NHS by funding state-of-the-art equipment, pioneering research and improvements to our hospitals and community services that make them more welcoming for patients and their families.
Below are just some examples of how you can give in memory of a loved one. To discuss this further, contact the team.
Donating in memory of a loved one means you can have a lasting impact on our vital work for years to come.
Your donation is used wherever there is greatest need across our hospitals and community services. However, if you would like your donation to benefit a particular hospital, ward or department, please contact the team.
Arranging a funeral collection is a special way for family and friends to support your NHS in memory of a loved one. Funeral collections can be made in lieu of family flowers or include a collection in a service.
The funeral director will usually arrange the collection on your behalf and will make sure any donations are forwarded to us at: NorthCare Charity, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Hope Building, Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD. You can also pay in your collection online.
A tribute fund is an online space for you, family and friends to remember and celebrate someone special. You can share memories, thoughts and stories as well as light candles, add music, photos and videos. You can also collect donations, organise events and celebrate anniversaries.
Setting up a tribute page is simple and can be done using MuchLoved. Simply enter our registered charity number 1049226 if you would like to collect donations as part of the page.