Set up a Mencap Tribute Fund
A Mencap Tribute Fund is a special way to remember and celebrate your loved one that you can share with family and friends.
Fill in the form below and click "Next" to start creating a Fund.
Search for a tribute fund
Type the name of someone you know to see if there is already a Mencap tribute fund set up in their name
If you'd like to make a monthly or one-off donation in someone's memory online, you can do so here.Go
Thinking about arranging your loved one's funeral can be a very upsetting time.
To help in some way, we're able to offer funeral collection envelopes for the service, so that family and friends can make a donation on the day.
Please call us on 0845 077 0777 or email us at email@example.com to let us know your details, and we'll send the envelopes to you.
Other ways to donate
To make a donation by card via phone please call 0845 077 0777, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
If you would like to donate by post, please send any cheques (made payable to Mencap) to Mencap, Concordia House, 123 Golden Lane, London, EC1Y 0RT.
You can also support Mencap by taking part in an event and raising sponsorship money in your loved one's memory. Visit www.mencap.org.uk/events to find out more.
Hear from one of our donors
"Sadly, my mother recently passed away. As she never really was a flower person, it just seemed fitting that we asked for donations instead. She would have loved the idea, as her life was with John, and with Mencap supporting her when she needed it.
"We simply put donation envelopes in the order of service cards - today I counted the donations and we raised £100."
- Michelle Standing, speaking about the funeral of her mother Doreen
Support from the Learning Disability Helpline
The passing of a family member can be a very distressing time, and can also cause distress to your family's circumstances.
Mencap's Learning Disability Helpline can provide information about local support services and benefit entitlements that may be available to you.
They can also help with explaining death to someone with a learning disability and how to support someone dealing with their grief.Find out more