In memory gifts
Many people choose to celebrate the life of a loved one by making a donation in their memory to Livability.
These gifts help us to support the disabled people we work with, many of whom have complex needs. At a time of personal sadness, we hope you’ll feel comforted knowing your donation could help in this way.
You can choose how to donate ‘in memory’ – we’ve included some information about the different options in the pages below, so you can decide on what feels right for you.
On behalf of the hundreds of disabled people we work with – thank you for your support.
Tribute funds (click to read more)
When someone close to us dies, the memories we have of them are precious. A Livability Tribute Fund can provide a special space for family and friends to share precious thoughts and memories through words, photos, videos and music.
Once set up, the Tribute Fund allows friends and family to make donations to Livability, helping us to continue to tackle social isolation and the barriers that can cause this in the lives of disabled people.
To set up a Tribute Fund, please visit Livability’s dedicated pages on the MuchLoved website.
For further support, please contact our supporter services team by email at email@example.com or call us on 0207 452 2121.
Funeral collections (click to read more)
We are aware that arranging a funeral is a particularly difficult and challenging time, when you have lost someone special. Livability is very grateful for the thoughtfulness and effort these donations represent.
Many families choose to celebrate the life of a loved one by making a donation in their memory to Livability. Such donations can be in lieu of buying flowers or as a memorial contribution.
If we can help you with this, please get in touch by,
• By email firstname.lastname@example.org
• Phone 0207 452 2121, Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm
Alternatively, you can instruct the funeral director to request “No flowers. Donations to Livability”. Please ask them to forward all donations marked clearly to:
Gifts In Memory of
Livability, 6 Mitre Passage
London, SE10 0ER
We will send an acknowledgement of your donation to the funeral director and a family contact, if you wish.
Every donation we receive in memory of a loved one is a lasting tribute, helping us to continue to tackle social isolation and enable disabled people to live the life they want to lead.
Sending in donations (click to read more)
If you have set up a Livability Tribute Fund, you can easily add any donations made offline (eg. by cash or cheque) to your fund.
If you do not have a Tribute Fund, please write a cheque made payable to ‘Livability’ and send it to us at the following address:
Gifts in Memory of
6 Mitre Passage
(Please mark it clearly with “Gifts in Memory of“).
If you have any questions or what to discuss payment options concerning donating in memory of a loved one, please contact our support services team by
• Email: email@example.com
• Phone: 020 7452 2121 (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm)
Bereavement support (click to read more)
Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be incredibly tough. We recognise that during the coronavirus pandemic we are facing sudden loss of life, under very difficult circumstances. To support you at this time we wanted to direct you to organisations that can provide specialist support and advice that we hope you might find helpful.
Provide advice on how to cope with the loss of someone close to you. For support go to their website here
Help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. For support visit their website here.
Cruse Bereavement Care
Have a dedicated support for coronavirus related bereavement. Find out how they can help you here
Telephone and online grief support
Better Help – Grief Chat provides online support from a bereavement counsellor. Find out how they can help you here
Cruse telephone Helpline – offers a listening ear and emotional support. Find out more here
Contact us, we are here for you
If there’s anything we can do to assist you, or if you have any questions we can help with, please do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0207 452 2121.