In Memory donations
Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a way of celebrating the life of someone special and helps the hospice to continue with the very special care we provide to our patients, their families and carers.
There are a few ways of making an in memory donation:
You can set up an online tribute page through Just Giving, this is really easy to do using the button below. If friends and relatives are unable to attend a funeral they can donate to this page and leave a message. Due to current restrictions on the number of attendees at a funeral and the advantage of donating through an online page would allow you to leave a message with your donation.
Often families choose to request donations to the hospice in lieu of flowers at the funeral. Speak to your funeral director about our in memory envelopes which enable us to claim an additional 25% gift aid on each donation in memory of your loved one. These donations also allow us to thank everyone who makes a donation personally.
Cheques can be made payable to Wirral Hospice St John’s and your funeral directors will forward all donations to Wirral Hospice St John’s.
In Memory Donations
If you would like to make a donation in memory of your loved on you can post a cheque made payable to Wirral Hospice St Johns with a letter stating your name and address and clearly indicating the name of your loved one. Donations can be posted to:
Fundraising Office, Wirral Hospice St John’s, Mount Road, Higher Bebington, Wirral, CH63 6JE.
Please ensure that any donations posted to us do not contain cash.
You can also make a donation via credit or debit card please call 0151 343 0778 to speak to a member of the Fundraising Team.
Or to make a donation online please visit our Make a Donation page to enable us to know who the donation is in memory of please ensure that you state their name while making the donation.
Light up a Life
Our Light up a Life campaign has been running for over 20 years and brings together our supporters from across the globe in remembrance of their loved ones through the sponsorship of the lights in the trees around the hospice. These lights are turned on during a service on the first Sunday of December and light up the hospice grounds until the twelfth day after Christmas.