Remembering a loved one

Collections at funerals or memorial services

Remember someone close to you by making a donation in their memory. This is a special way to celebrate the life of a loved one and your gift will go directly toward our work, ensuring Prospect Hospice will be there now, and in the future for those who need us most.

Giving back to your local hospice

Make a donation in memory

Making a gift to Prospect Hospice in the name of a loved one is a memorable and lasting way to celebrate their life. There are many ways to make a donation in memory of someone close to you. You can make a donation online or send your donation by post to Prospect Hospice, Moormead Road, Wroughton, Swindon, SN4 9BY.

Donate in lieu of flowers at a funeral

Many people choose to hold a collection at a funeral or memorial service, or request family and friends to make a donation rather than buying flowers.

Your funeral director will usually be happy to arrange this for you, or we can provide you with collection envelopes, making it easy for family and friends to donate.

To request your collection envelopes and/or collection box, please contact in-memory@prospect-hospice.net or call 01793 816161.

Tribute Funds

A tribute fund is a special fund which is created in someone’s memory, providing family and friends with a shared space. An area to celebrate the life of a loved one, creating a lasting tribute which supports the work of Prospect Hospice. This can include sharing memories through uploading videos, music clips and stories to lighting memorial candles or simply making a donation. To find out more click here.

Remembrance Garden

The Remembrance Garden provides an outdoor space for families or friends to create a memorial tribute to a loved one. To find out more about our Remembrance Garden click here.

If you have any questions regarding making a donation in memory of someone please contact the fundraising team at fundraisingandevents@prospect-hospice.net.

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Thank you to our supporters

The care we offer to patients and their families costs £7.5 million every year – and 72% of this is raised through the support of our community. Read more about our amazing supporters.

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