We'll send donations made to the chosen charity on a weekly basis. You’ll be able to add photos, a story, and donors can leave a message. Visit our in memory homepage for more information.
How do I set up a Page in memory of someone?
- Log in or select ‘Get Started' from our homepage.
- Click 'Start Fundraising' at the top of the page.
- Search for your cause.
- Click if you’re doing an organised event or personal challenge in someone’s memory. Otherwise, choose ‘In Memory’.
- Provide the gender, first and last name of the person you're remembering.
- Tick 'Yes' if you're running a bake sale, or selling tickets to an event, raffle or auction. Donations to your Page won't be eligible for Gift Aid. Find out more here.
- Choose your JustGiving web address, this is the link that you’ll be sharing with friends and family for them to donate to the Page.
- Click ‘Create your Page’.
How can I join others raising money in memory of someone?
- Enter the name of the person you're remembering into the search box at the top of the JustGiving website.
- Once you've found the right Page, click to visit it.
- Next to the picture, click the name of the person you're remembering.
- If it's the right person, select 'Make a Page for...'.
- Log in, select the charity you'd like to fundraise for and follow the rest of the steps to set up your Page. This FAQ may help if you get stuck.
Your Pages will be tied together via the 'In Memory Collection Page'. Click the name of the person you're remembering on your Page to visit the collection. You'll see the total raised, charities being supported and links to individual Pages.
How can I edit the details of the person I’m remembering?
If you created the Collection Page, you can add details about the person you're remembering and edit them at any time. Here's how:
- Log into your account and click on your name in the top right hand corner.
- Select ‘Your Fundraising’
- Click your Collection Page underneath ‘In Memory Collection Pages’.
- Edit the relevant information or image and click ‘Save’.