Giving in Memory

Giving a gift in memory is a meaningful and positive way to celebrate the life of someone special while helping to change the lives of children with cancer around the world. Whether you want to give a single donation, or create a long-term Remembrance Fund in his or her name, every donation can help us make a difference for children with cancer.

David, a supporter of World Child Cancer sadly lost his son Daniel to Ewings Sarcoma, a rare bone cancer at the unthinkable age of 23. In memory of his son, David published a personal, heartwarming account of his child's cancer journey. Throughout Daniel's treatment, David refused to give up hope and did everything in his power to find his son a cure. Sadly, Daniel did not survive, but his father's moving story is testament to to a parent's unconditional love for their child, and mankind's desperate need for hope. You can purchase a copy of the book in memory of Daniel's life and other children with cancer across the world. From every sale of the book, a proportion of funds goes directly to World Child Cancer. 

Alternatively, there are many other different ways that you might choose to give in memory. These could range from holding a funeral collection or asking friends/family to make a donation in lieu of flowers, to holding a “celebration of life” anniversary event to mark someone’s passing, or by making a single/regular donation. If you're struggeling to decide, contact our Fundraising Team for some advice about what you have in mind on 0203 176 7892 or email us.