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Giving in memory helps us support women living with cervical cancer today.
A gift in memory is a wonderful way to remember someone and create lasting memories. When losing someone special, many people find comfort by making a donation in their name. We are so grateful for these gifts, they are a truly incredible way to honour someone’s memory.
If you wish to make a donation in memory, you can donate online or contact Sophie on 020 3096 8100. Please remember to tell us who your donation is in memory of.
Asking family and friends to give a donation in lieu of flowers at a funeral or memorial is another meaningful way to support others in need of our services.
If you would like to have a collection for Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust, please email [email protected] and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with the arrangements. You can also set up a funeral notice and collection online.
A tribute fund is a special place to remember and celebrate the life of someone important to you. Setting up a tribute fund allows you to create a personal online space to share memories with family and friends whilst raising money to support other people affected by cervical cancer.
- Ted Tugwell sadly lost his wife to cervical cancer in 2013 and has now raised over 160,000 in her memory.
Making a regular donation in memory of a loved one allows us to be there for even more women affected by cervical cancer and their families. Leaving a gift in their name provides vital funds to help us work towards a future where no mother, daughter or sister is lost to the disease.
To set up a regular donation you can use our quick, easy and secure online form.
There are lots of other ways to support Jo’s in memory of your loved one. You could organise an event or even take part in a fundraising challenge to celebrate their life.
If you have questions or would like to talk to a member of our team about how you can give in memory, call us on 020 3096 8100 or email [email protected]
Please remember that we are also here to support you. If you ever need to talk, we have a free helpline you can call on 0808 802 8000 and other support services available to help you through this difficult time.