We know many people want a positive way to remember a loved one who has passed away.
The three ways you can do this are:
- Giving a donation to support our life-changing work and encouraging others to do the same
- Setting up a tribute fund to give family and friends the opportunity to celebrate the life of someone special
- Organising a one-off or regular fundraising event in honour of a loved one
I don’t want another young person to suffer like Charlotte did, no brother to lose a sister, no grandparent to lose a grandchild, no aunt to lose a niece, or any other parent to have to lose their child like I did.Create a tribute fund Create a tribute fund
I think of my brother and all of the other people out there just like him that need help from organisations like Rethink Mental Illness and from people that understand and care. As a family, we set up a tribute fund, which was easy to do. We thought that at the same time as keeping Adam's memory alive, any money raised would be used to help others and raise awareness of mental health.
Celebrating The InFinnity Project
This short film explains how The InFinnity Project works and the benefits to those taking part.Read more Read more
This 10th June for Harriet’s 30th birthday and we are all wearing a ‘Hat for Hat’ and having a barbecue to celebrate our lovely girl and hope it helps people talk about mental illness.Read more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness went above and beyond to help my parents through the tragic death of my brother and I found comfort knowing they were in great hands.Read more Read more
Every year this period is particularly poignant and painful. We held the party in May to sweep away the Ciara blues and to remember the amazing person that she was.Read more Read more
The InFinnity Project
It seemed very appropriate to have a project in Finn’s name that doesn’t have a ‘commercial’ aspect but is about the enjoyment of producing art for art’s sake.Read more Read more
My First Ever Ultra- Marathon
This year I have decided to run my first ever ultra-marathon. It is 35 miles long (or 56km for my European friends).Read more Read more
Riding for Rethink Mental Illness
The right support is vital to help sufferers of mental illness, and those closest to them, understand that there is a way through the crisis and they are not alone.Read more Read more
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Instead of buying flowers some people decide to make a more significant contribution. We can provide support on the day of the funeral or memorial through our Rethink Remembers envelopes. Get in touch.
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If you want to fundraise for us in memory of a loved one join our walking event this September. 5k in London's Regent's Park, or 7k in the beautiful grounds of Calke Abbey in Derby. Email Bernice.Williams@rethink.org if you have ideas for your own fundraising.
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