Give in memory


A gift in memory is a thoughtful way to remember someone special – and one that makes a real difference to women’s lives.

Perhaps a loved one inspired you as a woman, or maybe they devoted their life to championing equality. Whatever your motivation, giving to Womankind in their memory is a tangible way to celebrate their life and achievements.

How to give in memory

A collection at a funeral or memorial event

Ask for donations instead of flowers and make a lasting impact on women’s lives. Call Rosey (see below) to request donation envelopes. These allow us to collect Gift Aid on donations, making them worth a third more.

Set up a memorial page

Celebrate someone in this simple but powerful way and you can personalise your page with memories and photographs and invite friends and relatives to contribute. You can use JustGiving In Memory or Virgin Money Giving Someone Special to find out how.

If you’re considering giving in memory of a loved one, or if you’d like more information, Charlotte will be happy to help you.

Email: Call 020 3735 5558 

Remembering a remarkable woman

Dr Margaret Anderson was one of the first women to train at St Barts Hospital, London. She dedicated much of her life to championing women’s health and education and was a loyal supporter of Womankind.

When she died at the age of 82, her husband, children and grandchildren decided to honour her commitment to women’s rights by setting up a JustGiving page in her memory. The people who cared about Maggie can mark their respect and affection by donating in her memory to a cause she cared about.