Giving In Memory 

Raising funds and giving in memory of a loved one is a very special way to remember them. It can mean so much at a time of sadness and provide a tribute that lasts for years to come. There are many ways to honour and celebrate their life.


Collection at a funeral 
Receiving donations instead of flowers or simply collecting at a funeral can really help us. Please send cheques (made payable to YoungMinds) to: YoungMinds, Suite 11, Baden Place, Crosby Row, London SE1 1YW.

Regular Giving 
This is a great way to help ensure that we plan ahead for the future. You can easily set up a direct debit for as little or as much as you like. 

You can also make an online donation to YoungMinds or create a tribute fund to remember a loved one.

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Remember us in your will

Leaving YoungMinds a gift in your Will is a special way to make a lasting impact. It will ensure that we can continue to improve the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people for many years to come.

If you are considering supporting us in this way, please visit Remember Us for more information.


Bringing together friends and family is a lovely way to raise funds and awareness of children and young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing in memory of someone you have lost.


We will support you every step of the way during this difficult time. For more information on any of the ways to remember your loved, please get in contact with the Fundraising Team.
Phone: 020 7089 5050

Helen and Oli, wife and friend of Jamaine Taylor

Helen has been unbelievably supportive of YoungMinds raising funds and awareness in memory of her husband Jamaine. As a charity close to Jamaine’s heart, vital awareness about early intervention has also been a main focus for Helen. Along with sister-in-law Kollis, Helen took part in a skydive – watch the video below.

Close friend Oli ran 3 full marathons in 3 consecutive days in memory of Jamaine. Already reaching his target of £3,000, Oli explains his motivations for taking part in this challenge:

"I wanted to raise money by pushing my body to its physical limit, knowing that every step I was making would help at least one person make a step in the right direction."

Over £7,000 has already been raised in memory of Jamaine – an enormous contribution to a small organisation like us.