Remembering a loved one

Giving in memory of a loved one is a special way to honour their life and can be a comfort to friends and family, whilst helping to enhance the care provided at Kingston Hospital. Every gift in memory makes a valued contribution, so thank you for thinking of Kingston Hospital Charity at this difficult time and we are very sorry for your loss.

Set up a Tribute Fund in memory of a loved one

Losing someone special is incredibly difficult for everyone but setting up a Tribute Fund is a way to remember a loved one, whilst leaving a lasting legacy in their name.  Friends and family, near or far, can share special memories, support each other and celebrate a loved one’s life in a personal way. Free to create, it’s your space to put special photos, stories, videos and favourite songs and even light a virtual candle – like an online memory box. If you would like more information on Tribute pages, click here

I want to create a Tribute page 

I want to search for an existing Tribute page

You can create a funeral notice here that can be sent to family or friends, by sharing the URL on email, plus there are optional social network share buttons on the notice itself. Please follow the link below.

Funeral notice

Make a donation

You can make a one-off or more regular donation today. If you donate online, there is space in the message box to tell us the name of your loved one, so we can link your gift with any others made in their honour and share the total donated with the next of kin. There is also space to tell us if you would like your donation to go to a specific ward, department or service. If you would prefer to send a cheque, please make it payable to Kingston Hospital Charity and post it to Freepost KHCHARITY, while remembering to tell us the name of your loved one and whether you wish your gift to benefit a particular area of the hospital.


Set up a JustGiving page

This is an easy way for friends and family to make donations and the JustGiving page can stay up for as long as you wish. It also allows family and friends who can’t attend the funeral to feel connected, by sharing special messages. This is particularly important at the present time with the restrictions that have been introduced because of the coronavirus, which may mean that it’s not possible to say goodbye as you would wish to.


Funeral collections

We can provide you with special donation envelopes to use at a funeral or memorial service. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have, so please do get in touch by calling 020 8973 5040 or by emailing