In memory giving
Giving in memory can be a rewarding way of remembering and celebrating a loved one's life.
Families and friends often suggest that donations be sent to a charity or cause their loved one had supported during their life. Booktrust would be delighted to receive donations in this way.
We will ensure that all donations go where it will make the most difference. You may, however, wish to specifically donate towards the Children's Reading Fund, if this area of our work was of particular interest to your loved one. The Fund focuses on the most disadvantaged children in the UK, including children in care and those with additional needs. Find out more about the Children's Reading Fund
If you would like to make a gift in memory of the person you love, you can either arrange this through a funeral director, set up an in memory page at Just Giving, or send your personal donation/collection to the Booktrust or the Children's Reading Fund at:
Booktrust, Book House, 45 East Hill, London, SW18 2QZ
If you would like Booktrust or the Children's Reading Fund to receive donations in memory of your life when you die, it is best to contact your solicitor to make your wishes known.
If you would like to find out more about giving in memory please contact the Fundraising Team
This year we launched the Children's Reading Fund, which is all about improving the life chances for disadvantaged children in the UK.
Booktrust wants to build relationships with like-minded partners to help fund our inspiring projects.
Giving in memory can be a rewarding way of remembering and celebrating a relative's or friend's life. Booktrust would be delighted to receive donations in this way.
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- Sponsorship opportunities 2
- In Memory Giving 3
- Wills 4