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Give in Memory

Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to celebrate their life. It's a positive way to help make their memory last and to support Age Scotland's work to make life better for older people.

We are always particularly grateful for these donations – thank you for thinking of Age Scotland and for considering donating in such a special way.

Donating in memory is really simple. There are three ways to donate in memory:

1. Online

You can use our easy and secure online form to make a donation in memory of a loved one. You can give a one-off gift or set up a regular gift. Making a regular gift through Direct Debit is a convenient way to support the work of Age Scotland. You can set up a gift on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis in memory of a loved one.

Find out more

2. Tribute fund

An online tribute page is a great way for friends and family to celebrate and remember someone special. You can do many things with a tribute page, including posting stories, sharing favourite pictures and memories, make a donation or use the page for events and fundraising. As everything is stored centrally everyone can access it at any time. A tribute also shows the total raised in your loved one’s name, so that everyone who has contributed can see what they have achieved.

JustGiving takes you through a simple step by step set-up process to create your page.

Create a JustGiving tribute page

3. In memory collection

If you are organising a collection at a funeral or a memorial service, you may wish to ask friends and relatives of your loved one to make a donation to Age Scotland. We can provide you with collections cans for the day if you wish. Just contact the fundraising team at fundraising@agescotland.org.uk or call us on 0333 32 32 400.

How to get in touch

If you have any questions about giving in memory please contact us on 0333 32 32 400.

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