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In Memory giving

giving in Memory

When the worst happens, and we are forced to come to terms with the loss of a loved one, it can be comforting to honour their memory by fundraising.

There are several ways you can support Thames Valley Air Ambulance in memory of a family member or friend.

make a donation in their name

You can make a one-off donation in memory of a loved one online below. If you’d prefer to speak to someone about your gift, call us on 0300 999 0135.

It’s up to you how much you tell us about why you are donating. Some people prefer to keep it private while others want to share their reasons.


Set up an online giving in memory page and make it easy for family and friends to donate and offer messages of condolence.

Online tribute funds give you the space to share photographs, videos and stories about your loved one, as well as funeral details. And these pages can be kept open for as long as you need.

If people decide to fundraise in memory of your loved one, the money they raise can be added to your online tribute fund.

take on a fundraising challenge

Taking part in a fundraising challenge event or organising your own can be a fitting way to remember someone special to you.

Visit our events page to find the right challenge for you.


If you would like to collect donations at a funeral or memorial, we can send you collection tins, gift aid envelopes and leaflets about what we do. We can also arrange for these to be collected after the event. 
Fill in the form below and we’ll be in touch to arrange this for you.

Patient and Family liaison

We understand what a difficult time it can be when you’re grieving lost family members or friends.

Adam Crosby, our Patient Liaison Manager, is here to offer support.

Get in touch with Adam and he will do his best to answer your questions or point you to a relevant service that may be able to help.