Funeral Collections

Image: Flowers and St Mungo's Bucket Collection

Funeral Collections

Choosing to collect donations in lieu of flowers at your loved one’s funeral, memoriam event or life service can be a special way to give hope and a fresh start to somebody experiencing the hardship of homelessness.

A Hope fund can be a lovely, long-lasting tribute to your loved one.

By setting up a Hope fund, your family and friends can come together to donate online, post pictures, memories and virtual candles. It also gives those who cannot attend the funeral a chance to donate, and share memories.

Set up a Hope fund

Image: In memory poster

Collection envelopes

If you would prefer to collect donations in cash or cheque on the day, we can provide you with donation envelopes to make the process easier.

Please fill out this form to tell us how many you would need.

You can also download and fill in this In Memory poster to let people know that you are collecting donations for St Mungo’s.

   Collection envelopes

If you would prefer to collect donations in cash or cheque on the day, we can provide you with donation envelopes to make the process easier.

Please fill out this form to tell us how many you would need.

You can also download and fill in this In Memory poster to let people know that you are collecting donations for St Mungo’s.

Create a funeral notice

If you would like to create an online funeral notice to let your friends and family know about your loved one’s service, please use the form below.

Image: Colin Taylor at Royal Parks Half Marathon

Other ways you can fundraise in memory

There are many other ways you can support the work of St Mungo's, while celebrating the life of your loved one:

  • Host a fundraising event, such as a dinner celebrating the food they loved, or a sponsored walk in their favourite area.
  • Challenge yourself by signing up to a sporting event, or getting sponsored to try something new.
  • Sign up to give regularly to St Mungo's, or make a special donation to mark an occasion.
  • Volunteer your time and expertise at one of our services.
  • Make a change for generations to come by leaving a gift to us in your will.
Image: Half Marathon runner

Other ways you can fundraise in memory

There are many other ways you can support the work of St Mungo's, while celebrating the life of your loved one:

  • Host a fundraising event, such as a dinner celebrating the food they loved, or a sponsored walk in their favourite area.
  • Challenge yourself by signing up to a sporting event, or getting sponsored to try something new.
  • Sign up to give regularly to St Mungo's, or make a special donation to mark an occasion.
  • Volunteer your time and expertise at one of our services.
  • Make a change for generations to come by leaving a gift to us in your will.