The Benefits of a Tribute

Your Tribute Website can help you to express, keep and display valuable personal memories and thoughts about your loved one.

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  • You can cherish and express your feelings about your loved one using words, pictures, music and video.
  • You can use your website to enable family and friends to send their thoughts and you can invite them to contribute as well, maybe by adding a lovely picture you’ve never seen or a special story you’ve never heard.
  • You can keep your tribute access totally private to just you and selected family and friends, or choose to allow public access. The privacy of your site is completely handed over to you.
  • You can record and keep your own private bereavement diary and listen to your own personal music play list.
  • You can use your website to pass on information about the death, the funeral, anniversaries or other important occasions to your family & friends.
  • You can use your website to collect and display donations to your chosen charity in memory of your loved one.
  • You can develop and keep a beautiful lasting record and legacy for your family and future generations.

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Memorial to Frank & Betty
Frank & Betty
Nana & Grandad
Memorial to Jim Bailey
Jim Bailey
1937 - 2009
Memorial to Raymond James Danson
Raymond James Danson
1954 - 2003
Memorial to Simon Wallis
Simon Wallis
A loving & missed dad

Mary with some of her supporters

"The Tribute Fund provides a very positive focus. It pulls everyone together for a common cause"
Suzanne Despard, whose mother Mary died from MND in 2008.