A donation to Practical Action in memory of someone special will support vulnerable communities to lift themselves out of poverty and transform their lives.
Create a Tribute Fund
A Practical Action Tribute Fund provides an online space for your cherished memories. Use it to share stories, photos, news and to celebrate important dates with your family and friends as you remember the special moments you’ve shared.
The donations collected through your Tribute Fund create a lasting memory in your loved one’s name. It’s quick and easy for people to make an online donation to Practical Action through your Tribute Fund. They can even choose to use a personal JustGiving page to raise money from others too. Every gift will be collected together in memory of your loved one.
How to create a Tribute Fund
It’s quick, simple and free to set up a Practical Action Tribute Fund in memory of a loved one.
- Fill in the form below with a few details about yourself and the person your tribute is for
- Personalise your Tribute Fund by uploading a photo or perhaps a special song
- You can choose to keep your tribute page private, or invite family and friends to visit it by sharing the page link with them directly
- Donations made through your Tribute Fund will help Practical Action continue to support vulnerable communities as they lift themselves out of poverty and transform their lives
Find a Tribute Fund that’s already been created
Search for the fund’s title or your loved one’s name, in the box below.
Other ways to donate in memory
Make a donation
You can make a donation online, by calling us on 0800 389 1624, or by posting a cheque made out to ‘Practical Action’ to: Practical Action, The Robbins Building, 25 Albert Street, Rugby. Warwickshire. CV21 2SD.
Arrange a collection through your Funeral Director
You can arrange with your Funeral Director to collect donations on your behalf. To find out more about collection envelopes for a funeral or memorial service, please email [email protected].
Leave a gift in your will
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