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Tribute Funds

To find out more or to set up a Tribute Fund with us for your loved one please contact us.

Or create a memorial website to remember, cherish and commemorate here.

A Tribute Fund is a unique and long lasting way to remember someone special. When someone special is lost it often helps to do something positive in their name.

Over the years, Tribute Funds created in celebration of loved ones have proved vital to our work towards a world-class Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales.

Setting up a special Fund which bears the name of your loved one allows you to raise money in their name whilst ensuring that sick children in Wales will receive the best possible facilities and care for generations to come. We hope, in time you will gain comfort in knowing that your tribute is helping children from all across Wales.

Gifts can be donated into your Tribute Fund by friends, families, colleagues and neighbours at any time as often as you like.  Many people choose to donate gifts into a tribute fund to celebrate the life of a loved one on special occasions and memorable dates; others may make a regular monthly gift or leave a gift in their Will to be donated into the special Fund.

Alternatively many families choose to be very pro-active and will organise events to fundraise or take part in challenge events – all money raised from these activities can be donated into your loved one’s special Fund.

We can keep in touch and let you know how the money from your Tribute Fund is making a difference at the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales.

John and Gaynor Walter-Jones set up a Tribute Fund in their Daughter Beca’s name in 2009;

Beca was brilliant at sending cards, to us, to friends, to family. Not only would she send cards on birthdays and anniversaries, at Christmas and Easter, postcards from around the globe, but cards would arrive out of the blue to mark all sorts of occasions and happenings. These cards, often hand-made, were appropriate, original and chosen with care – they were treasured by everyone and the illustrations and messages never failed to raise a smile. This was her unique way of “keeping in touch”

In setting up a Tribute Fund in Beca’s memory we are following her example but instead of sending cards, we can celebrate special occasions, personal achievements and important landmarks by making a donation to help provide funding which will benefit hundreds of children and young people in the future. It also gives us the opportunity, at times, merely to stand back and count our blessings.