Give in memory to Ataxia UK
Remembering a loved one.
Thank you for thinking of Ataxia UK at what must be such a difficult time.
If you would like to make a donation in memory of someone, then donations can be made in a variety of ways:- By telephone - Our friendly fundraising team can process your donation over the telephone and you can contact them on 020 7582 1444
Donate through this website - You can donate directly to Ataxia UK here. Alternatively, you may wish to create 'an in memory' page, whereby people can leave a donation and message to honour the memory of your loved one. If this is something you would like to do, please contact [email protected] who will be able to help you in setting up your 'in memory' page.By post - Alternatively, you can post a donation to us at the address below. Please remember to include the name of the person that you are remembering along with your own name and address.
Please note we do not recommend sending cash by post.
Donation envelopes - We also offer donation envelopes, which are designed for use at a funeral service. These envelopes are often a popular choice for those who would rather donate to charity rather than buy flowers. It also allows us to claim 25 percent extra in Gift Aid on every donation
If you would like to order some envelopes please contact our fundraising team on 020 7582 1444, or email [email protected]
You Will Always In Our Hearts
Steve Pam Charlie George and Courtney
09 May 1962 - 05 Mar 2016
Barbara was diagnosed with epilepsy at a young age and due to the illness she developed further complications and Friedrichs Ataxia in her later life. Though her illness greatly affected her life, they never deified her and she never complained about them.
23 Jan 1954 - 16 Apr 2018
Andrew died on 21st February 2017 after a long illness. He had Friedreich's Ataxia and was in a wheelchair from the age of 11. He lived a very positive life and achieved a great deal. He proposed and helped organise the first Bridges of London walk for Ataxia UK. Andrew was much loved and will be greatly missed by his family and friends
24 Aug 1980 - 21 Feb 2017
Tony was our son and his niece has friedreich's ataxia. As soon as he knew, he offered anything he had, including his heart if it would help her. We would like him to be remembered for the love he had for her. He will be very proud to give the donations collected at his funeral to help find a cure for this awful condition.
21 Sep 1971 - 26 Feb 2016
Much loved husband, father and grandfather. His cheeky sense of humour and twinkling eyes will be sadly missed.
03 Oct 1939 - 17 Sep 2016