The Beaumond House Memory Tree
The Beaumond House Memory Tree is a positive and simple way to remember someone special. It creates a very easy way for you to continue to support the work of Beaumond House in the name of your loved one. It also means that other family friends and loved ones can share their memories and also easily contribute to their fund. Named after the person you wish to remember, for example, “In loving and eternal memory of Dad - John Smith” it will create a lasting tribute in their memory.
What should the Memory Tree Page include?
A Beaumond House Memory Tree page can be the perfect way to remember your loved one and can be bespoke to you.
We advised that one person begins by sending us their memory and two images and then invites friends and family to leave comments and share their memories, stories and pictures about the loved one also.
The page can also give people the option to donate to Beaumond House and to support any of their fundraising activities. The memory tree will be a permanent fixture and can be used should you wish to organise any fundraising events in the future.
How to set up a Memory Tree Page
You can set up a Memory Page by simply sending us an email here or speaking to a member of the Fundraising or Care Team at Beaumond House.
You can set up an in memoriam fundraising page directly through our JustGiving page here.
We realise that setting up a page on our Memory Tree can a very emotional decision to make, particularly at this difficult time when you may have just lost a loved one. You might find it easier to speak with one of our highly skilled nurses before you do this.
Please feel free to call us on 01636 610556 if you wish to speak to somebody or have any queries.