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Leave a tribute to a loved one

Give in memory of your loved one as a special way to celebrate and remember their life. By remembering them with a donation to World Villages for Children, you can be sure that the memory of your loved one will live on as you transform the lives of the world’s poorest children.

A gift in memory of a special life will give the chance of a new life to a child living in poverty. It will ensure many more lives around the world will be changed.

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Create a lasting tribute

A Tribute Fund is a special place online where you, your family and friends can create a lasting tribute to remember your loved one or share a special photo in their memory and raise money for World Villages for Children on their behalf.

It is a wonderful way to celebrate their life and ensure their special memory lives on.

It’s simple and free to set up a tribute fund. Donations received through your personalised page will come to World Villages for Children and be used to fund care and education for the poorest boys and girls in the world.

We work with our trusted not-for-profit partner MuchLoved to ensure the simplest journey for you to get your Tribute Fund set up. Just fill in some initial details below to start.

 

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Other ways to give

By post

Please make any memorial, or funeral collection donations by cheque payable to World Villages for Children and send to:

World Villages for Children
Kings Buildings,
16 Smith Square,
London
SW1P 3HQ

Help us celebrate the life of your loved one by letting us know the name of the person you are remembering.

 

By phone

Our friendly team can help you with your gift. Call us on 0207 629 3050 to make your donation over the phone.

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Why we need your support

When you support us and help a child living in extreme poverty you are helping a family, a community and a country.

356m Children

An estimated 356 million children live in extreme poverty deprived of the basics for survival like food, shelter and healthcare.

263m Children

263 million children, adolescents and youth around the world are out of school

2x Poverty

Children are more than twice as likely as adults to live in extreme poverty and the consequences of poverty last a lifetime