Remembering someone special
When we lose a loved one, it can be helpful to remember them in a meaningful way. A gift given in their memory, to a cause that was dear to their heart, can often help to bring consolation at a time of grief.
Your gift can help the memory of a friend or relative live on by funding the vital work we do with children and adults.
You can rest assured that any money donated in memory of your friend or relative will be used wisely. In 2010/11 out of every £1 spent we spent 83p on our charitable objectives and 17p on fundraising and governance
How to donate in memory
Collect at a funeral
Your funeral director may be able to help you by collecting and forwarding donations, or you can send them directly to our head office at the address below. You could also for donations in lieu of flowers and ask friends or relatives to send donations directly to us at the address below in your loved one's name. If you contact us to let us know that you will be collecting for us, we will acknowledge all donations sent in memory of your friend or relative
Send a cheque along with your own name, address and the details of the person you are remembering to :
Remembering someone special, STEPS, Wright House, Crouchley Lane, Lymm, WA13 0AS
Please make all cheques payable to STEPS
If you would like to increase the amount you collect through the Gift Aid scheme, you can request collection envelopes by contacting us on 01925 750271 which makes it easy for those attending the service to make donations.
For more information on Gift Aid, please click here.
You can make a one-off donation online by clicking here.
Set up an In Memoriam online donation webpage
You can set up a fundraising page on JustGiving by clicking on the link below. By setting up a page, family and friends can donate quickly and easily by credit or debit card, wherever they are in the world.