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Help Us #To Remember

Remember a loved one lost to a chest, heart or stroke illness, by stepping up in support of the up to 1 in 3 people in Northern Ireland currently living with one of these devastating health conditions.

We understand that the loss of someone close is a deeply personal experience. For family members and friends or work colleagues, supporting a good cause by concentrating your time and effort into helping other families who have been affected, can help cope with loss and be a positive experience in the grieving process.

If you would like to organize your own in-memory event or fundraiser, a run, walk, cycle, abseil, swim , hike, skydive or absolutely any activity in tribute to a loved one or colleague, we are here to help and support you every step of the way.

We can supply you with our NICHS T-shirts, sponsorship forms, banners, buckets, balloons and any fundraising materials you might need, including bespoke #RunToRemember medals, plus a dedicated member of our team to assist you with any aspect at all to ensure things all run smoothly and your special tribute is an outstanding success.

Making A Difference In Memory

The funds raised from your in-memory event really will change lives. As almost 90% of all our care and prevention services and research are funded exclusively by public donations, we need your support to keep taking steps towards achieving the dream of a Northern Ireland free from chest, heart and stroke illnesses.

All the money we receive stays in Northern Ireland, funding programmes and supporting local people right here in our communities, workplaces, schools, hostels and universities. In 2022/23 almost 24,000 people and organisations across Northern Ireland benefitted from our Care and Health Promotion services.

If you would like to find out more please Tel (028) 9032 0184 during office hours Monday to Friday and ask to speak to a member of the fundraising team.

Find more inspiration for ideas to create your own Community in-memory event here or Corporate in-memory fundraising event here.