Give in memory
Although there is nothing that can fill the emptiness when someone close to you dies, setting up a Remembrance Fund gives you a wonderful opportunity to pay a living and lasting memorial to the person you have lost.
How you can remember a loved one
Brain Research Trust has come together with memorial website specialists MuchLoved to offer you the ability to create your own web page dedicated to a loved one who has died. You can share stories, pictures and messages with friends and family around the world, as well as encourage them to make In Memoriam donations to help further research into neurological disease.
Audrey Oldham has set-up a touching tribute to her husband Glen, who died aged 44 from a Brain Haemorrhage. Read Audrey and Glen's story here or visit Glen's Muchloved page at http://glen.oldham.muchloved.com/
Other ways to give in memory
You decide how you would like to remember your love one - perhaps you would like to set up an annual fundraising event, or collect donations at the funeral service. All In Memoriam donations that come to Brain Research Trust go towards investing in a world in which neurological diseases cause less suffering.
We are grateful to many of our supporters who have given to us to remember the life of a loved one. Read more about two of them: