Donate in memory

Donate in memory

Donate in memory Making a donation to Dementia UK in memory of a loved one is a special way to reach families living with dementia. Your gift will help us  to provide the specialist dementia support families need through our Admiral Nurse service. Thank you for thinking of Dementia UK at this time.

Donate in memory

To donate by phone, please call 0300 365 5500. Alternatively please send cheques made payable to ‘Dementia UK’ to Dementia UK, Resource for London,  356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA.

Donations in lieu of flowers

Some families choose to ask for donations in lieu of flowers at a funeral service. We can send you memorial envelopes for people in attendance to use to make a donation. These envelopes allow us to reclaim tax on the donations, which means their gifts will be worth an extra 25% at no additional cost to them. Order the envelopes  through our online form.

If you’d prefer to speak to a member of the team before you donate in memory, please contact Supporter Care by phone on 0300 365 5500 or  email on

Start a Remembrance Fund

An online remembrance page is a focal point for family and friends to post messages, photos and make donations in memory of a loved one. Reading the messages can be a source of great comfort, and it can be inspiring to know that all of the money raised in your loved one’s name will help families facing dementia. Simply click on the button below to start creating your Remembrance Fund.

 If you are searching for an existing Remembrance Fund, enter the name of the person being remembered.  To find out more about remembrance funds call 0300 365 5500 or email a

To find out more about remembrance funds call 0300 365 5500 or email a

We’re here for you 

If you would like to talk to someone about the death of a loved one with dementia, we’re here for you. Call our Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline for support on 0800 888 6678 or email

Thank you

Thank you for thinking of us at this time. Your donation will help us to provide Admiral Nurses to support families affected by dementia in the future.