Our love for those closest to us lasts a lifetime and beyond – and we’d like to thank you for considering a donation to Cats Protection in your loved one’s memory.
Whether your friend or relative was a Cats Protection supporter or a keen cat lover, we are grateful for their support and kindness.
Giving a donation to Cats Protection goes a long way to helping cats and kittens across the UK – together, we can really make a difference.
If you’d like to make a donation in memory of a loved one, follow our easy one-step process by clicking here.
You can choose to give a monthly gift in their memory, or make a single one-off donation.
In these challenging times of COVID-19, we are not currently sending out donation envelopes and collection boxes for use in funeral services.
As we continue to adapt to these ongoing changes in how funerals are conducted, we invite you to email us should you have any questions or concerns.
Making a donation in their memory is not the only way to remember someone who has died. Another creative way to keep their memory alive is by undertaking a sponsored event in their honour. Take on a physical challenge, such as a sponsored run, walk or swim, or put on a bake sale or virtual quiz event in their memory.
Although during this time some of our activities have been postponed, you can still register for a range of different events.
If you’d like to fundraise in memory of someone, a JustGiving page is a great way to share memories, connect people and can be a fitting tribute to someone you have lost.
Marking birthdays and anniversaries can be difficult. If you’re looking for things to do in memory of someone who died in aid of Cats Protection, why not consider one of the following ideas?
If they had a specific charity or cause in mind, making a small donation in their memory could be one way to keep their memory alive. We appreciate all donations made to Cats Protection as they help us to continue looking after cats and kittens in need throughout the UK.
If your loved one had a special hobby or pastime they enjoyed, spend the day doing what they loved. You could even create an event in their honour and raise money for their favourite charity.
Whether you’re struggling with the grief of losing a loved one, affected by COVID-19 or just need someone to talk to, there are a number of organisations that can help.