Give in memory

Donating or fundraising in memory of a loved one is an incredible way to honour their life and the memories you shared. Whether we had been there for them in their lifetime, or they were a supporter of our work, your generosity can help their memory live on through the families we reach with vital support every day. 


Mark was my son in law. When my daughter Mary and Mark first met it was the first time I had ever heard of  Huntington's, and many a sleepless  night my husband Jake and I had worrying about  them getting  married, but do you know we wouldn't have changed  it for  the world, Mark was a lovely, lovely man and we got the gift  of their three boys, our wonderful grandchildren.


We keep up with research news and hope some day there will be a cure. We know Mark would have been touched by our donation, and that it will help families just like theirs so it’s money well spent. Our hearts go out to anyone impacted by this horrible condition 

- Betty Aitken, Mum, Grandmother, HD family member, SHA supporter 

There are many ways you can give in memory of someone special: 


You can give a Gift and tell us about the person you are honouring with your Gift in multiple ways. 


Funeral collection

A unique and meaningful way of giving a gift in memory is to request donations from family, friends and colleagues in lieu of flowers at the funeral. If you wish, we have  

  • specially designed collection envelopes that we can provide for you. 
  • Collection box we can provide for you 

If you would like to order envelopes and/or a collection box, please let us know using the contact form below or calling us 0141 848 0308. 

Remember your loved one with a memorial site on MuchLoved

Create your own  memorial website in tribute to your loved one, where you can share memories, thoughts and stories with family and friends as well as light candles, add music, photos and videos.


You don’t need to fundraise but if you choose to you can collect fundraising donations to help families impacted by Huntington’s disease in their name - as well as organise events, celebrate anniversaries and much more.


Set up your page here.

Let us know your plans to honour your loved one