Give in memory

Giving in memory of a special person, to a cause close to their heart, can bring comfort at a difficult time. Whether you're making a single donation or creating a Vision of Hope tribute fund, your gift in memory to the Macular Society will make a real difference to others living with macular disease and help us fund vital research to find a cure.

Please tell us the name of the person you are remembering, your relationship to them and their address, if possible. This makes sure we add your gift to any others given in their memory and helps us keep an accurate record of donations for their family.

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How we can help

If you are organising an 'in memory' collection, our Gift Aid donation envelopes, coin boxes and information leaflets may help. We can send materials to you, another family member or directly to a funeral director. To order, please call Debbie on 01264 326 620, or email debbie.s@macularsociety.org. We can also help you create an online tribute page to make giving easier for those unable to attend the service.

Request giving in memory materials

Create or Search for a Vision of Hope fund

A Vision of Hope fund is a special way to celebrate the life of someone you love. It can be a tremendous source of comfort as family and friends share treasured memories. Donations in memory can also be made on your Vision of Hope page. Watching these grow and knowing the difference they will make can be an inspiring way to commemorate your special person. Every penny raised helps people with macular disease. Donations made offline or through our website can also be added to your fund. 

To create or search for your fund click here  or request a Vision of Hope starter pack.

Visit our book of remembrance

Our online book is a quiet place to remember loved ones whose lives were affected by macular disease.

For further details including gift aid; sending in a collection; information for funeral directors; and creating an online vision of hope tribute fund please download Giving in Memory