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Giving in memory

A gift in memory allows you to remember someone special through a donation dedicated to them. Here are the ways you can support Chestnut Tree House hospice care by giving charitable donations in memory of a loved one.


Giving in memory is a way of honouring the life of someone special while making a difference to the lives of others.

A lasting tribute, your gift will help us to continue providing vital care and support to local children with life shortening illnesses.

Our specialist services are provided free of charge to life-limited children and their families from across East and West Sussex and South-East Hampshire.

It costs over £4 million a year to provide our care services both at the hospice and in families’ own homes, so every gift in memory is a valued contribution.

Remembering someone who has died is a very personal thing so we offer a range of different ways to give a gift in memory.

Donate in memory today

Donations at a funeral or special occasion

Our specially-printed envelopes can be given to friends and relatives to make their own donation. These can be used at a funeral or to mark a special occasion.

If you would like some special envelopes, you can order them online or by telephoning us on 01903 706351.

Order online

Tribute Page

We understand the importance of remembering someone special and sharing memories of those we love.

Our Tribute Pages are a way to do just that, many of our supporters have found these a comfort as well as a place to remember someone and share memories, photographs or light a candle which will last a lifetime.

To find out more about this click here or go straight to our special Tribute Pages website.

If you have any questions about setting up a Tribute Page or would like us to do it for you, please contact Rosie Last or Nicola May on 01903 706351 or email rosie.last@chestnut-tree-house.org.uk.