- About CAA
- Asbestos Related Disease
- What Is Asbestos?
- What is Mesothelioma?
- Treatment of Mesothelioma
- What is Asbestosis?
- What is Pleural Plaque, Pleural Thickening & Benign Pleural Disease?
- What is Asbestos-related Lung Cancer?
- Asbestos Legacy/Statistics
- Information for Those Diagnosed
- Information for Families
- Information for the Medical Profession
- Self-management Toolkit
- Managing Your Asbestos Related Condition – Video
- Sign our petition: Remove Asbestos from Scottish Schools
- My wife Sandra – The story of a schoolgirl, wife and mother who died from asbestos related cancer aged just 52
- Asbestos Management in Schools
- Compensation & Benefits
- Mesothelioma Compensation
- Asbestos- related Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit & State (government) Compensation
- Other State (government) Benefits
- The Pneumoconiosis etc. (Workers Compensation) Act 1979
- Diffuse Mesothelioma Scheme 2008
- Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme (DMPS) 2014
- Civil Compensation
- Pleural Plaques Compensation
- Armed Forces Compensation
- Expatriates & Asbestos – Related Benefits & Compensation
- Power of Attorney, Appointees & Representatives
- Procurator Fiscal & Coroner – Asbestos related deaths
- Wills, Probate and Inheritance
- Help Us
- Support Us / Donate
- Donate with a Fundraising Event
- Make a one off Donation in Memory
- Create a page in Memory of a Loved One
- Donate by Cash, Cheque, or Card
- Donate Regularly/Direct Debit
- Donate by Text Message
- Donate by Legacy/Leave a Gift in your Will
- Donate by Payroll
- Gift Aid Declaration, Sponsorship & Standing Order Forms
- Membership of CAA
This is a powerful way for friends and family to honour them by donating to a cause they cared about.
You can write a personal message and add a cherished photograph. You can then let friends and family of your loved one know about the page so they too can leave their own personal message and thought
Tell the story of the person you’re remembering and explain why you’re raising money in their memory, using words, photos and video.
An In Memory Collection page is automatically created when someone dedicates a fundraising page to the memory of a loved one. It brings together all the fundraising being done in their memory, making it easy to see friends and family who are also raising money.
Your Collection lasts forever as a legacy of the person being remembered, showing the impact of all the fundraising taking place in their memory.
Collect donations and new messages indefinitely
Your page will stay open for as long as you like – so you, friends and family can add donations and messages for years to come.
Take part in a fundraising event
like a 10km run, and your fundraising page will automatically link to the tribute.
Collect donations instead of funeral flowers
While many of us give flowers at a funeral, more people are choosing to commemorate the life of a loved one by making an in memory donation instead.
Often, the easiest way to donate is simply by asking the funeral director to organise this on your behalf.
JustGiving provide more information for funeral directors on how this can be done online: A simple way for funeral directors to collect charity donations online……
Raise money securely
Wherever they are, whenever they want to donate, friends and family can give to your page easily, safely and securely. And they can choose to hide the amount they give or donate anonymously.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss anything relating to creating an In memory page.
Last updated: 11 January 2017