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Giving in memory

Ways to remember your loved one

A personal online tribute page for your loved one is a special place for you to remember the person who was so important to you and celebrate their life in whatever way feels right to you.

Once set up, the tribute is always there as somewhere that family & friends can also share memories, photos, stories and more, and continue to remember for many years to come.

You can raise funds through the page too if you would like, so that gifts in their memory become a tribute fund in their name.

An online funeral notice can be a great help in sharing details of arrangements with family and friends. It can include information about your loved one's funeral or memorial service.

If you'd like to have a funeral collection for Combat Stress, donations can be made directly using the online funeral notice, before or after the service, as well as for those who could not attend on the day.

We also have collection envelopes and other items which we can personalise; just let us know and we'll get them to you for the service.

You may like to let your funeral director know that you have chosen to collect donations. Please do feel free to pass on our contact details if you'd like us to liaise directly with them.

If you'd like to know more, please contact Tracey at or by calling 01372 410 827.

Many people like to request donations at their loved one's funeral, perhaps instead of flowers, as a way to support a favourite charity in their memory.

We can provide collection boxes and donation envelopes, to make it easy for family and friends to give a gift in memory.

We rely on the kindness of donations we receive to provide our life changing treatment. Make a personal gift in memory of a loved one to show support for veterans from both of you.

Commemorate someone you miss by remembering them on the Combat Stress dedication wall. Share thoughts, pictures or stories to help keep their memory alive.

Help provide veterans with the support they need throughout their journey to recovery by making regular donations as a wonderful way to remember the person you love. Veterans receive a personal programme of support. Regular income means veterans will know we are here for them, as long as it takes, and for generations to come.

How in memory giving supports veterans

As a charity we rely on the generosity and kindness of donations to provide our life-changing treatment and support to veterans. 77% of our total income comes from donations, including donations in memory of loved ones.

Gifts received as in memory donations are used to meet the needs of every former serviceman and woman who turns to use for our unique mental health treatment. Together, you and your loved one will help transform the lives of veterans and their families. Thank you.

Contact us

If you have any questions, comments, or require further assistance please get in touch with Tracey Martin on 01372 410 827 or email

We are keen to make this process as simple as possible for you and your family.