Give in memory

Making a donation is a touching way to celebrate the memory of a loved one. It ensures your tribute will go on helping others

A hospital building toy, in a children's hospital ward
Hospital toy from Snow Leopard Ward

Make a donation

Making a donation in memory of a loved one can be a generous way to honour them. Your gift could help fund life-saving equipment and life-changing research.

It could also help us buy all those extras that make Evelina London such a special place, like a free Medicinema for our young patients to take their mind off of being in hospital, or special sensory toys to provide a more stimulating environment for children in hospital.

If you’d like to make a donation, you can either:

a) Download one of our gift forms (regular / one-off) which you can then return to:

Evelina London Fundraising Team,
Virginia Woolf Building,
22 Kingsway, 2nd Floor,
London, WC2B 6LE

Or

b) Donate online below

Make a gift in memory

Our online tribute funds

A tribute fund allows you to fundraise online for a loved one. It could become a place for family, friends and co-workers to leave messages of sympathy and share their memories. It's a lasting way to remember someone whilst making a huge difference to our hospitals.

How do I set one up?

The tribute fund is created by you and is very easy to set up. By setting up a tribute fund you can also add memories, photos and music which are special to your loved one.

If you are also thinking about doing a challenge or event in memory of your loved one you can link them to your online tribute fund.

Create an online tribute fund here

Funeral envelopes

If you’d like to make a gift to Evelina London in memory, you could ask friends and family to send a donation instead of floral tributes.

We can provide collection envelopes if you would like to collect money at a funeral or a memorial service. We are happy to support you in whichever way best meets your needs.

If you would like some collection envelopes please contact us on info@supportevelina.org.uk or call 020 7848 4701.