How you choose to fundraise in memory of your loved one will be your own personal decision but if you need some help getting started, we’ve come up with a few ideas. Your fundraising will help other people who are experiencing mental health problems – thank you:
Share your memory space
Letting your family and friends know about the memory space you’ve set up is the quickest and easiest way to start your fundraising. You can use the facebook or twitter sharing options or just email the link to family and friends if you want your memory space to be less public.
When you share your memory space, you can pass on information about the funeral service and ask family and friends to donate instead of buying flowers.
Organise your own fundraising event
Having a pub quiz, cake sale, cycling, running or swimming are just some of the ways people have chosen to remember someone special. Or you could simply arrange a meal with family or friends where you share stories to commemorate the life of your loved one.
You can link fundraising events to your memory space so everyone’s messages and tributes will be in one place.
Take part in a Mind event
With many different events on offer including marathons, bike rides, swimming events and sky dives, we have something to suit everyone.
Special occasions and anniversaries
Your memory space will stay open for as long as you want it to, so family and friends can remember your loved one by making a contribution to your page to mark a special occasion.