You may prefer to ask friends and relatives to make a donation in lieu of flowers, at your loved one’s funeral service, to support the work of Willen Hospice.
Giving a gift is a meaningful tribute to the life of someone special, and a fitting way to honour their memory.
We understand that some funeral directors are not collecting cash donations at present, so if people wish to give in other ways here are some options below. You can collect donations or ask people to give individually.
Please ask anyone who donates to use the name of the deceased person as a reference, preceded by ‘In memory’.
Please visit our Donate page
Name: Willen Hospice
Sort Code: 20-57-57
Account Number: 10495190
Please make it payable to ‘Willen Hospice’ and send it for attention of
For any enquiries, please email email@example.com
You may wish to order our specially designed donation envelopes to pass on to family and friends, or hand out on the day of the service where possible. Each donation can be gift aided if applicable, to increase the value of the donation to our Hospice by 25%. Please contact our Supporter Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call between 9am and 2:30pm, Monday to Friday, on 01908 303050.
You might be interested in setting up a Tribute Page, where you can share photos and memories, send to friends and family, people can donate to the hospice and you can even light virtual candles for special occasions and anniversaries. It is really easy to set up and it only takes a few minutes.
Please email our Supporter Services team at email@example.com or call 01908 303050 between 9am and 2:30pm, Monday to Friday, if anything is unclear or if you need help in any other way. We understand that this is a very difficult time and want to help you in any way we can.
Willen Hospice’s care touches thousands of local people every year. We give comfort, ease pain and reduce anxiety for patients and their loved ones. Every pound given makes a difference – as it enables us to do more for more people across Milton Keynes when and where they need us. Less than a quarter of our funding comes from the NHS, which means the rest is donated or fundraised for by amazing local people. Which is why your support is so important and so appreciated – from everyone we help, thank you.