Asking friends and family to make a donation in lieu of flowers at a funeral service is a lovely way to celebrate the life of a loved one.

Donations we receive in memory are very special to us. They remind us of the inspirational people we have lost to breast cancer and make us more committed to reach our goal and give people more time to live, through our research.

How do I organise a funeral collection?

Asking friends and family to make a donation in lieu of flowers at a funeral service is a lovely way to celebrate the life of a loved one. Donations we receive in memory are very special to us. They remind us of the inspirational people we have lost to breast cancer and make us more committed to reach our goal and give people more time to live, through our research.

We have collection envelopes and other materials which are able to be used at funeral services.

Order collection envelopes

Please make any cheques payable to ‘Breast Cancer Now’ and send using our freepost address:

Freepost RTSC-SJTC-RAKY
Breast Cancer Now
5th Floor Ibex House
42-47 Minories
London
EC3N 1DY

Or contact our team email community@breastcancernow.org or telephone 0207 025 2402.

Thank you

On behalf of Breast Cancer Now, we would like to thank you for choosing to support us during this difficult time. 

Take a look at the incredible things your donations can help to achieve.

Create a Fund In Memory

You may wish to think about creating a Fund In Memory. A Fund In Memory is an online tribute fund for your loved one which you can share with family and friends. Your fund will display all the donations made in their memory.

Find out more about Funds In Memory

Bereavement support 

Cruse Bereavement Care is able to offer support and lend a listening ear when you experience grief, or need support when you lose a loved one. Information for bereaved family and friends can be found on their website: Cruse Bereavement Care