Donations in Lieu of Flowers
Remember your loved one in a very special way
When someone close to us dies, we may wish to pay tribute to them. Simply requesting donations in lieu of flowers at a funeral can help support local people living with life-limiting and life-threatening chest, heart and stroke illnesses. It is also a very special way to honour the life of your loved one.
Making a donation in lieu of flowers
Supporting us through gifts in lieu of flowers is easy and simple to do. We know there are many other difficult decisions to make at this time and we are happy to answer any questions and provide as much support as possible. Please contact our Supporter Care Team on 028 9026 6743 for more help or advice.
If you are placing a family notice in the press you may wish to ask people to make a donation instead of sending flowers. In this case, the following wording may be helpful:
“Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if desired, can be made payable to NI Chest Heart and Stroke and posted to NICHS, 21 Dublin Road, Belfast, BT2 7HB."
You can use our Freepost address to send in your gift - Freepost RSYK-LUTK-GTKJ, Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke, 21 Dublin Road, Belfast, BT2 7HB.
Alternatively you can send your gift directly to us through our safe and secure online donation form. Please select 'In memory of a loved one' from the list of options so we can process and acknowledge your donation correctly.
We thank and recognize every gift
Everyone who makes a donation in memory of your loved one will receive a personal thank you from us, as long as we have their contact details. We will also send the next of kin, or family representative, a monthly update on the total amount received. All the money we receive is spent in Northern Ireland.
Give in Memory
As a tribute to your loved one, you may also wish to consider setting up a regular gift. A regular monthly or annual gift will help us to continue to provide vital care services and fund life-changing research which may one day change the lives of thousands of people throughout Northern Ireland and beyond.