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Fundraising in memory?

Collect in memory donations that honour your loved one

Collection Pot provides a secure, easy and simple way to bring everyone together to collect online donations. Your Collection could be used to cover funeral costs, donate to a chosen charity, or to support a good cause or local community project.

Personalise your in memory collection

Create a Pot in memory and share it with friends and family so they can pay tribute, share special memories and add their donation. Once the Pot closes, the collection funds can either be sent directly to a chosen charity, or paid to a UK or Ireland Visa debit card. A personalised collection in memory can capture the values and life story of those in memoriam.

Why use Collection Pot for in memory fundraising?

Collect funds for a special charity, to cover funeral costs, fund a loved ones end of life care or to support a cause in their name.

  • 0% set up fee when creating and redeeming a Pot
  • Share the link to your Pot via social media and email
  • Claim Gift Aid on eligible charity donations
  • Create a collection that feels appropriate and respectful

set up

It is free to create an in memory Collection Pot. You can personalise your collection by adding an image, a few words about about your loved one, or the reason you’ve created the collection. Select the date and time you would like to close your Pot.


Share the link with friends and family via email or social media. Donations can be added from anywhere at anytime. Contributors are encouraged to add a personal message which can be viewed by all donators to the collection.


Once the Pot closes, you can choose to have the funds sent directly to a chosen charity, or redeemed to a UK or Ireland Visa debit card. Bringing everyone together to commemorate something positive during a challenging time.