Remembrance giving

A donation in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to celebrate their life and ensure faith, hope and love live on. By remembering one special life, many more lives around the world will be changed.

We understand that this is a very difficult time for many, especially for those who have lost a loved one. Please know that you are in our prayers. If there is anything we can do to help or to offer a little comfort, please do get in touch.

Donate in memory

Ways to give

Children in the Philippines lighting memorial candles

Donate in memory

Floral tributes fade so quickly, but a donation in memory of your loved one could change someone’s life forever.

Blessing Bonzena lights candle

Give to a Candlelight Fund

A Candlelight Fund is a special fund in memory of a loved one, where all donations made in their memory are combined to create a beautifully lasting tribute.

Votive candles flicker in Buckfast Abbey, Plymouth diocese

Light a candle

Just like lighting a candle in church, you can light a candle on our online votive stand to pray for someone who is in your heart.

Each candle is accompanied by a small donation towards CAFOD’s lifesaving work.

Health Clinic

Leave a gift in your will

A gift in your will is a wonderful way to provide for the people and causes you care about.

We also offer a free guide to making a will and a will-writing service.

Contact us

Telephone: 0303 303 3030

Email: remembrance@cafod.org.uk

Address: In Memory Donations, CAFOD Romero House, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7JB

When writing to us please enclose a covering letter telling us the name of the person you would like to commemorate.

If you are in need of a little extra support you might like to contact Cruse Bereavement Care. They are a leading charity for bereaved people in the UK who offer a variety of grief support services, including a helpline and chat, for anyone who is going through a bereavement. 

Covid-19 update

We have reduced access to our post at the moment, so please bear with us if we’re slow to reply. You can reach us more quickly by email or phone, so do keep in touch. We’re here to help.

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