Donation in Memory
Organising a collection for us at your loved one’s funeral and online via our tribute pages or by making a donation in memory is a generous and considerate way to ensure their memory lives on long after the flowers have faded.
Each donation makes a real difference if you would like more information please contact us on
By becoming a Regular Giver today you will be helping future members of our community who are enduring difficult times receive vital end of life care within their home.
''I had wonderful Support from Hospice at Home in the later stages of my wife Wendy's Motor Neurone Disease. The overnight care helped us keep Wendy at home to the very end. I want to help others receive this support.''
Create a Tribute Page
Create an online personalised space to bring together family and friends to remember a loved one with Much Loved.
Our Memory Garden
Remember a loved one by sharing stories, pictures and thoughts in our digital memory garden.
For Funeral Directors
We can provide a number of free materials to help with funeral collections, please contact the Fundrasing Team for more information
Requesting donations to Hospice at Home in your memory
If you want to request donations in your memory to us, you should make sure that the executors of your will know, or that it’s included in the details of your funeral.
Find out more about how to leave a legacy gift.
A small mention in your Will could make a big difference to Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland. Do Something Wonderful Today, So Our Nurses Can Care Tomorrow.
Name of person you’re remembering
We appreciate every in memory donation made to Hospice at Home, and understand that this donation will have meant a lot to you and the person you are remembering.
In order to recognise this, we ask to record the name of the person you’re remembering and any reason you may have for donating. We ask this so we can provide a more personalised thank you letter to you, and to recognise the tribute you’ve made to them and their support of Hospice at Home.
However, if you would rather keep your donation anonymous this is of course fine and we respect your decision.