Thank you for thinking of Mitchell’s Miracles charity at such a difficult time. Remember the life of a loved one and make a donation in their memory.
Making a gift in memory of someone special can be a valuable and positive way to celebrate their life. You’ll also be giving hope to families of a child suffering from Neuroblastoma.
If you would like friends and family to make a donation in lieu of flowers, your funeral director can help you to arrange this.
Donating in memory of your loved one
Losing someone you love is never easy, but by creating a memory page of your loved one can really make a big difference to yours, and other families lives.
You may not be able to mark the death of a loved one or celebrate their life in the way you might have hoped to at the present time. But creating an online memory page will enable friends and families to leave tributes and share stories as well as donating to help other families who have a child with Neuroblastoma cancer.
Making a donation in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to remember them and to celebrate their life. We know these monetary gifts have extra meaning and we’re always grateful to receive them.
With thanks to the kind people like you, we are able to continue with supporting families financially and emotionally whilst their child / children are receiving medical care for Neuroblastoma.
Steps to give in memory
Gift in Memory form
Please download our Gift in Memory form and complete your details. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.Download our gift in memory form
Send the form back to us
Return with a cheque or postal order made payable to Mitchell’s Miracles.
7 Western Road, 7th Floor, Suite B, Romford, Essex, RM1 3LD
If you are a UK tax payer, you can make £1 go 25p further with Gift Aid – at no extra cost to you. If you want to learn more about this click the link below.
Gift Aid Explained
letter of acknowledgement
When we receive your donation, we will send a letter of acknowledgement to you or your chosen contact.
Your kind donation will really make a difference to the many families affected by Neuroblastoma childhood cancer.