We believe that everyone who has lost a loved one to cancer should be able to talk freely and openly about their experiences of grief and have the right support available. With your support, we can expand our specialist bereavement services and be there for everyone who needs us.
With the majority of our income coming from voluntary donations, it is only through the generosity of individuals, companies and Charitable Foundations that we can support people through their bereavement. At this challenging time, we need your help more than ever and hope you feel inspired to support The Loss Foundation with a donation or completing a fundraising event for us.
Whatever you choose to do, you’ll be making a difference in people’s lives and helping them when they need it most. On behalf of everyone at The Loss Foundation, thank you for your support.
Your donation makes a huge difference to the services we are able to offer and the number of people we can reach. If you would like to make a donation in memory of someone or to support our work click on the button below.
There are lots of ways to fundraise for us and those bereaved by cancer or covid-19.
Set up your own fundraising event or join one of our community fundraising events. Get in touch with us at email@example.com for more information.
We regularly partake in sporting events as a fun way to raise money for our charity. Our next sporting event will be the BHF London to Brighton Bike Ride taking place on 18th June 2023.
To secure one of our limited spaces to the famous race, click below.
Raise money celebrating a special occasion. Dedicate your birthday or other celebrations to The Loss Foundation. Set up a special celebration fundraising page via our dedicated fundraising site Totalgiving.
Become a corporate partner or donate through your charitable foundation. Get in touch with us today to let us know if there is a way your workplace can support our vital work in raising money for bereavement support – email our Fundraiser Danielle at firstname.lastname@example.org