It’s often hard to know how to commemorate a family member, friend or colleague who has passed away. Donating to Hear and Say in their memory is a positive and lasting way of celebrating their life while helping to raise funds to help children with hearing loss to live their life to it’s full potential. An ‘in memoriam’ donation will make a real difference to the children, young people and families who Hear and Say supports.
Please get in touch with a member of our fundraising team on 07 3850 2111 or firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the contact form below.
Donations in lieu of flowers
Hear and Say can provide donation envelopes if you are requesting donations be made to Hear and Say in lieu of flowers. These can be sent directly to you or to the nominated funeral home. Those who make an ‘in lieu’ donation will be acknowledged and receipted by Hear and Say and the next of kin will be advised the names of those who have donated in memory of their loved one.
Donations in memory
If you would like to make an ‘in memoriam’ donation now, please click here and select ‘in memoriam’.
If you make a donation in memory of a family member, friend or colleague, you will receive a receipt from Hear and Say. We can also advise the family of your donation in honour of their loved one. Alternatively, we can send you a Hear and Say card for you to write your own message and forward on yourself.
Organising an ‘in memory’ event
Are you hoping to gather a number of donations from different people to commemorate a loved one, friend or colleague?
You can build a personalised online donation page to make the process as smooth and easy as possible.
Once set up you can simply email the unique link of the webpage to your friends and family so they can contribute.
Each donation is recorded on your page along with any message of support from family, friends and colleagues.
All donations to Hear and Say are tax deductible.
At 9.10pm on 24 October 2013 our beautiful daughter Maia was born.
The moment of elation was short-lived as we immediately noticed her left ear was missing. I frantically looked to the medical team around me for answers but received none.
Panic set in as we waited 4 days in hospital for an ENT to explain her condition, by which point we already had all the answers from Simone, who runs the Microtia and Atresia Program at Hear and Say.