Donate in memory
Give a touching tribute
Thank you so much for considering a donation to Strode Park Foundation in memory of your loved one.
Your donations will create a lasting tribute, as well as making a real difference to the lives of children and adults with disabilities.
Giving in memory is a special way to commemorate someone’s life so thank you for choosing us as a way to honour your loved one. There’s three really easy ways to make a donation to remember your loved one.
- Online using our donation page – please indicate that it is a donation made ‘in memory of someone’.
- By telephone – Call us to make a payment or for information and help 01227 373292
- By post – If you’d like to send a cheque please make it payable to Strode Park Foundation. Please send cheques, along with a completed Memory Donation Form, to Fundraising and Communications, Strode Park House, Lower Herne Road, Herne, Kent, CT6 7NE
It’s becoming more common now to request a donation for a chosen charity in lieu of flowers at a funeral.
If Strode Park Foundation is your chosen charity please know that we are very grateful and that our thoughts are with you at this time.
To make this as easy as possible for you please give us a call 01227 373292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide collection envelopes to give to your family and friends. These include a freepost return address.
Alternatively, you can set up a tribute page on JustGiving to collect donations in memory of your loved one. Simply visit the link below and select ‘Remembering someone’.
If you’d like to organise an event in memory of your loved one then please do get in touch and we can help you every step of the way – with ideas, a fundraising pack and support.
Please get in touch with the Fundraising and Communications department – you can call 01227 373292 or email email@example.com
You can also set up a fundraising page on JustGiving to tell people about your event and to collect donations in tribute of someone. Simply go onto JustGiving to set up your page and select ‘Remembering someone’.