Butterfly Tribute Fund
Set up a Butterfly Tribute Fund in memory of a loved one
Losing someone you love is very difficult and everyone deals with this loss in their own way. Some people find that fundraising for a cause close to their loved ones’ heart can be a positive way to remember them and celebrate their life.
Giving in memory is a special way for you to honour the memory of a loved one, friend, family member or colleague, and allows friends and family to come together to support the work of Together for Short Lives.
While traditionally flowers have been used as tributes, more and more people are thinking about setting up a lasting tribute for their loved ones. Of course, the fund doesn't have to be in place of flowers: it can be set up at any time and by anyone
What is a tribute fund?
A tribute fund gives family and friends a place to remember someone special and a way of making a difference to your chosen charity. Many people set up a tribute fund as a lasting celebration of someone’s life and our Butterfly Tribute Funds are a wonderful and distinctive way to remember a friend or loved one by creating a permanent memorial.
If you would like more information call Tracy on 0117 989 7825.
Alfie Edward Leach-Brown
Alfie was born on the 20th of July 2011 and sadly passed away at just 6 weeks of age on the 4th of September 2011 due to SMA - Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Daniel Craig Nicholls
Died suddenly aged 16 years old on 10th December 2012
Loved you yesterday, love you still Always have, always will
Teddy Ray Richardson
Teddy was born on the 16th of December 2011 and died on the 2nd of April 2012 from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. His life was short but oh so sweet and we love him from the bottom of our aching hearts. Rest in perfect peace angel.
Jack died of a brain tumour in the Summer of 2011. He was 10 years old. We had wonderful support but even with the help of family, friends and health professionals, losing Jack has been almost too hard to bear – we just want to keep Jack’s memory alive and help other families on this terrible journey.