Celebration and Commemorative Giving

 

Celebrate a special occasion or make a tribute to a loved one in a unique, lasting and meaningful way through a gift in support of therapeutic gardening.

Celebratory Gifts:

Whether it's a wedding or civil partnership anniversary, a big birthday or a date that's important to your family or group of friends, making a donation to Trellis is a distinctive way to mark it. Gifts of any size are sincerely appreciated and since 91% of funds we receive go directly to charitable activities, you can be sure that your contribution will be put to good use.

We'd love to hear about your commemorative celebrations and can help you make things memorable by providing a letter of thanks and a certificate.

Giving in Memory:

If you're looking for a way to celebrate the life of a loved one,  there are lots of ways to do this that will support our work. You may want to make a donation as a tribute to someone special to remember then in a way that helps others. By making a gift in memory of someone, you can tell us their name and if you like, a little about their life, so that we can thank you in a fitting way. 

Some people choose to dedicate a funeral collection to Trellis as an alternative to floral tributes. We can provide pew cards and collection envelopes that allow guests to declare gift aid, increasing the value of their gift. It's a great way to create a lasting association between a loved one and the causes they cared about.

There is also the option to set up an annual donation on a significant date to ensure a continuing memorial to someone dear to you.

You may wish to take on a fundraising challenge in memory of someone important to you. There are lots of ideas about ways to raise funds on our Fundraise for Trellis page, and we can help you with links to our My Donate page, and promotion via our Social Media channels and website.

 

Your contributions will be spent on services to support therapeutic gardening projects.

Please contact us fiona@trellisscotland.org.uk if you'd like to discuss Celebratory and Commemorative Giving ideas.